Creating Three-Dimensional Foliage Scenery = The Most Fun You’ll Ever Have

Peter Miller, Theatre Design Department Faculty at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, had an inspired revelation at USITT in 2011. He noticed that many of the set designs that required foliage included uninspired, one-dimensional tree-scape drops. So, Peter determined to create a three-dimensional scenic treatment that would envelop the audience into the…

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Get The Scoop on Rosco @USITT 2012

If you are unable to get to USITT in Long Beach this year, our social media outlets will be a great way to experience the show remotely. For those of you unable to attend, our booth will feature a stunning tree that is made up of multiple different substrates and coated using all of our…

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The First 100 Years: From Gel & Foggers To Paint & Rotators – Adding the Rest of the Range

In this final Spectrum chapter examining Rosco’s 100 year history, we continue to look at the events that influenced Rosco’s development and, in turn, shaped our industry. So far, we’ve learned how Rosco got its start and how gel, gobos and fog machines were introduced. As of today, we have several hundred products from ten…

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