An examination of why the marley floor inside a dance studio is important, and why choosing the right marley floor is just as important.
We’ve added “Dance” as a new category in our massive gobo library – see the first eight Dance Gobo designs.
Lighting Designer, Nick Davidson, installed our ultra-compact Pica Cubes inside a moving platform for DIAVOLO Dance Company because A.) they fit and B.) they were able to operate via wireless DMX & Battery Power.
Choreographer, Wayne McGregor & Lighting Designer, Lucy Carter, used Rosco Custom LitePads to create a vibrant, orange band of light as the sole visual element on stage for the ballet “Obsidian Tear.”
Scenic Artist, Donna Wymore, specializes in Christmas Tree Backdrops for “The Nutcracker.” She relies on Rosco Scenic Paint to create her holiday masterpieces – and she advises customers painting her “Paint It Yourself” drops to do the same.
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.
Tonya Coker, owner of Dance Branson School Of The Arts, talks about the success of her dance program for special needs children and how Rosco’s marley dance floors helped her bring it to life.
When Ashley Ballet Arts Academy decided to move into new, larger dance studios, they turned to Rosco for a flooring solution that would grow with them – both now and in the future.
Acclaimed lighting designer Susan Hamburger describes five different color-techniques she employs to enhance her designs for dance productions.
Thanks to a special connection, one lucky ballet school received a magical, growing Christmas tree for their production of “The Nutcracker” – painted by acclaimed scenic designer Alain Vaes!