A new site celebrates the designs for canceled productions and offers a peek behind the scenes.
A part-time backstage hand explains a big lighting changeover, and a Cincy arts reporter turns an artist profile into a portrait of a whole scene.
What was missing from a recent op-ed? A sense of how lighting designers actually work to tell visual stories and create stage space.
To tell the story of theatrical lighting design, we need to get beyond adjectives and surfaces.
How master designers Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer help us see what their directors want to show us.
Tomorrow’s lighting technology is already here, though the changeover is not yet complete.
Tharon Musser, whose career spanned four decades, spurred innovation in her field, but always in the service of a central concept.
The practiced lighting designer makes an auspicious and instructive directorial debut at the Guthrie.