A lighting designer used different Rosco color filters to portray the multiple alter-egos of actress Gena Rowlands in a dance piece entitled “Gena, Gena!”
Lighting designer Mark Frank used Rosco gobos, Miro Cubes and an X24 Effects Projector to provide thematic lighting for the wax figures on display at Madame Tussauds San Francisco.
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.
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Lighting designer James K. Davis explains how he used to Rosco Effects Glass gobos like Prismatics and ColorWaves in a production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest to not only create magic on stage – but also realize the vision of the show’s scenic designer and director.
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.
Over 850 Rosco Miro Cubes and nearly two miles of our DMX Rosco Track were installed inside the recently renovated Petersen Automotive Museum to illuminate the exotic cars on display inside.
A Day.One workshop was dedicated to exploring the effects of colouring daylight. The designers showcased how daylight can and should be an engaging element of architectural lighting design.