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USA: Renkus-Heinz Boosts Acoustics At Town Hall

When a venue is renowned for superb acoustics, unobstructed sightlines, and world-class artists, its sound system had better be equally outstanding. Nobody knows that better than the management of the legendary Town Hall in midtown Manhattan. The auditorium has been one of the most venerated concert halls in America since

BEL: Robe for De Groote Rappel

Photos credit: Louise Stickland The garrison town of Leopoldsburg in Belgium was a perfect setting for the large scale promenade theatrical spectacle ‘De Groote Rappel’, directed by Luc Stevens and featuring a large community cast from the city telling the story of two world wars, with the final act played out

NLD: Robert Juliat profiles for the Royal Theatre

Photos Credit: Kuno van Velzen The Koninklijke Schouwburg, or Royal Theatre, in The Hague has recently taken stock of a large number of Robert Juliat 614SX 1200W tungsten profile lanterns, supplied by Robert Juliat’s project partner for the Netherlands, Controllux, in a major refreshment of its lighting inventory. Built at the end

UK: d3 Brings Broadway’s “On Your Feet” To Life

The aptly named Broadway musical “On Your Feet!” gets audiences in the mood to dance with infectious Latin rhythms that tell the story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan and their rise to fame. The hit show at the Marquis Theatre has been acclaimed for its stunning production values, which include

USA: EAW Redline Monitors Patti LaBelle Concert In The Round

The turntable stage at NYCB Theater in Westbury equipped with eight EAW RL12 loudspeaker/monitors. Patti LaBelle recently performed in the historic NYCB Theater in Westbury with a full Eastern Acoustic Works Redline monitor system. Since 1966, the 3,000-seat theater-in-the-round has presented many top names in contemporary pop, classic rock, comedy, country,

NOR: Europe’s First Meyer Sound LEOPARD Install Lands in Norway

Norway is the first European country with permanent installations of the compact Meyer Sound LEOPARD linear sound reinforcement system. LEOPARD’s remarkable flexibility and versatility made it the top choice for two very different venues. The 1,200-seat Grand Hall at Studentersamfundet (Student Society) in Trondheim uses LEOPARD to support community events

USA: Clay Paky Alpha Spots And Profiles At World Premiere of “Don Quixote”

Philadelphia-based lighting designer Michael Korsch selected Clay Paky Alpha Spot QWO 800 and Alpha Profile 800 ST moving lights as part of the rig for the world premiere of “Don Quixote” at the Pennsylvania Ballet. A lighting and scenic designer who frequently works in dance, Korsch has many years experience using

GBR: DiGiCo Mixes With The Marines

A club in London’s Wood Green might seem like the unlikely setting for a group of US marines celebrating their final night before heading off to war, but when those ‘marines’ are students from the adjacent Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (MATA), in a musical named Dogfight, the location makes

GBR: First ETC ColorSource ThruPower Installed At Arnolfini Arts Centre

A contemporary arts centre in Bristol has become the first venue in Europe to install the new ETC ColorSource ThruPower system, which launched at the beginning of the year. The Arnolfini, which is located in a former tea warehouse dating from the 1830s, hosts regular live theatre events, as well