Plot Lines with Roma Flowers and Clifton Taylor

(Clifton Taylor)

Plot Lines is a new series of video interviews produced by Live Design to explore light plots in depth. Last year, we ran a plot a day in December, as a countdown to the New Year, and they were extremely popular. Everyone loves a good plot, and this is an exceptional opportunity to delve in with the designer. 

The first Plot Lines features KOI-USA Award-winning lighting designer Clifton Taylor, who has created lighting, projection, and scenic designs for theatre, dance, and opera companies around the world, as well as designing a number of unique concert events that defy categorization. His work has been seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway, as well as at the world's major arts festivals. His book, “Color & Light, Navigating Color Mixing in the Midst of an LED Revolution” is published by Quite Specific Media and is available on Amazon. He is also on the faculty of the University of North Carolina School of The Arts. Here he shares his plot for Arthur Miller's 1955 play, A View From The Bridge, at the Alley Theatre in Houston, TX.

Plot Lines is hosted by Roma Flowers, KOI Award-winning lighting and projection designer and member of United Scenic Artists Local 829, who has designed lighting and projection for theatre, concert and dance. A recipient of a New York Dance and Performance Award (a.k.a. Bessie), she considers herself fortunate to have worked with many diverse artists in the field of theatre, dance and music She is a faculty member of Texas Christian University’s School for Classical & Contemporary Dance.


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