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The RealizaTion of The SkeleTon DanceR
hiDDen BRoaDway in full panoRama
uSiTT lighTing commiSSion ReviSeD
lighTing poRTfolio guiDelineS
Edited by Autum Casey, Ellen E. Jones, and
Darren E. Levin
Digital projectors and computer generated
graphics (CGI) give designers another effective and
inexpensive tool for lighting and scenic effects.
By Arnold Wengrow
DReSSeD in lighT: The ancient art of
projecting on people
Hand painted magic lantern slides, called pose slides,
were used in popular vaudeville, music hall, and
cabaret acts in the early 1900s.
By Rana Esfandiary and Mark Reaney
By Mervyn Heard
The build process for Jorge Jara's costume at the
Santa Fe Opera typifies the collaboration that
happens routinely in costume shops.
an expeRimenT wiTh DigiTal lighTing
in Adding MAchine: A MusicAl
book reviews 74
An update of the lighting portfolio guidelines first
published in 1998.
Over 100 large-scale 360-degree photographs of
theatre designers and artisans by Stephen Joseph
are exhibited at the New York Public Library for
the Performing Arts.
on the cover
machine anD Tool SafeguaRDS
By Louis Bradfield and Jerry Gorrell
All backstage machines and shop tools need to have
guards to protect users from injuries caused by
contact with moving parts.
A hand painted pose slide titled "Mermaid" in the Joel E. Rubin
Collection, courtesy the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre
Research Institute, the Ohio State University.
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By E. Shura Pollatsek
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