Thanks to Airbnb, Rosco’s Margie Heymann ended up renting space inside the apartment of Choreographer/Lighting Designer Christopher Caines. While they were neighbors, Margie interviewed Christopher about his approach to lighting for dance.
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Rosco’s Margie Heymann shares her memories about legendary lighting designer Tharon Musser and the impact she had on stage lighting and on Rosco.
A look into the lighting choices of LD Franco Marri for a production of Richard Wagner’s “Tannhäuser,” which opened the 2016 Opera Festival at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing.
Rosco’s Margie Heymann remembers the work of her friend Patrick Latronica and provides several examples of his “bold, assured and original use of color.”
Lighting designer Alessandro Carletti used color to express the psychological mood of the characters in Teatro San Carlo’s production of “The Abduction from the Serraglio.” See his colour palette and learn why he chose the colours that he did.
Italian lighting designer Liliana Ladeluca and composer Andrea Basevi created a mini-opera named Operina della Luce, to teach children (and even adults) the basics of the physics of light and color.
Italy is not especially renowned for its productions of modern musicals. Its fame lies in having invented the form of musical theatre called “opera.” When Saverio Marconi, the acclaimed director of the Compagnia della Rancia, finally obtained the rights to CATS after six years of negotiations with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group – he…
from Margie Heymann From June 8 until July 1 Europe will be alight with the colors of the team shirts and national flags of the 16 countries competing for the title of UEFA 2012 European Football Champion. We thought that it would be fun to give each team a color from E-Colour+, our traditional European…
Lighting Designer Paule Constable founded WiSE in order to identify, examine and address some of the problems that affect the female lighting designer, technician, and industry member in what is still basically a male-dominated industry.