Take Your Stage Into the Woods

Disney’s recent adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods for the big screen not only performed well at the box office, it’s also poised to capture three Oscars this weekend – including nominations for Dennis Gassner, Production Designer and Anna Pinnock, Set Decorator in the category of Best Production Design of a Feature-Length Film. Being…

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BioParc Zoo Goes Supersaturated

Bioparc Fuengirola is designed to be an “immersion zoo” in Fuengirola, Spain that plunges its visitors into the animals’ native environment. The park recreates habitats from as far afield as Madagascar, Equatorial Africa and Southeast Asia and is intended as a stroll through the creatures’ original habitat. The recently opened Indo-Pacific region of the zoo…

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Ghostbusting Marley The Top 8 Myths About Marley Floors

Tis the season for A Christmas Carol, and in honor of good old Jacob Marley, we thought we’d tackle some of the most common misconceptions about Marley floors for dance studios. Myth #1 – The name “Marley Floor” The vinyl top-surface that dancers perform and rehearse on is often referred to as a “Marley Floor.”…

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Light vs Liquid: LEGOLAND Keeps it Dry Creating CHI

Amidst dramatic landscapes and the magical waters flowing from Mount Cavora, families visiting LEGOLAND® Florida have the opportunity to embark on an interactive water ride called “The Quest for CHI.” The park’s design team, striving to bring the LEGO® World of Chima to life, looked for ways to effectively create a mystical liquid energy source…

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