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The Broadway Lighting Master Classes


What Is It: The Broadway Lighting Master Classes (BLMC) is a three-day event bringing Broadway’s top lighting designers together to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges involved in lighting for the Great White Way. The event includes a ticket to a Broadway show, 10-12 sessions, continental breakfasts, lunches, and a networking reception. Full details will be announced at the end of January, 2014.

Where Is It: Baryshnikov Arts Center, 450 W. 37 Street, New York City.

When Is It:  Friday, May 30-Sunday June 1, 2014, as part of the week-long Live Design Broadway Master Classes (lighting, projection, scenic, and sound). 

Who Is On The Faculty: Legendary lighting designer Jules Fisher (Lucky GuyAssassins, 9 to 5, Ragtime) serves as the creative consultant. Last year's speakers included lighting designers Brian MacDevitt, Jeff Croiter, Jane Cox, Don Holder, and Bev Emmons; scenic designers Santo Loquasto and Donyale Werle, and projection designer Wendall Harrington. This year's faculty will be announced at the end of January.

Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain insight into theatre lighting; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising lighting professionals.

What You’ll Learn: Last year's sessions included The LED Revolution; Languages of Color; and The New Designer Roundtable. This year's sessions will be announced in February.

What Does It Cost: Confidence rates begin at $325 for Students and $495 for Professionals. Lower rates without the Broadway show ticket are also available. In addition, you can also package with Projection at a discount, or take advantage of a Full-Conference Registration for all four Broadway Master and save even more.

Where Can I Stay?: Housing information will be available at the end of January.

How Can I Register: Registration opens at the end of January.


The Broadway Projection Master Classes

What Is It: The Broadway Projection Master Classes (BPMC) is an intensive one-day event bringing Broadway’s top projection designers, content creators, and technical gurus together to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges involved in putting together projection design for Broadway. The full day includes continental breakfast, lunch, and 4-5 sessions. Full details will be announced at the end of January, 2014.

Where Is It: NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, 721 Broadway, New York City

When Is It: Monday, June 2, 2014, as part of the week-long Live Design Broadway Master Classes (lighting, sound, scenic, and projection).

Who Is On The Faculty: Projection designer Zachary Borovay (Evita, Rock of Ages, Elf ) serves as the creative consultant. Last year's speakers included projection designers Batwin + Robin, Daniel Brodie, and Michael Kohler. This year's faculty will be announced at the end of January.

Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain insight into this burgeoning medium; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising projection design professionals.

What You’ll Learn: Last year's sessions included Understanding Media Formats; Applying A Theatrical Approach To Your Project; and Hacking Your Media Server. This year's schedule will be announced in February.

What Does It Cost: Confidence rates begin at $99 for Students and $225 for Professionals. You can also package the Projection Classes with Lighting or Scenic at a discount, or combine with sound as well as part of an Full-Conference Registration and save even more.

Where Can I Stay?: Housing information will be available at the end of January.

How Can I Register: Registration opens at the end of January.

 

The Scenic Design Master Classes


What Is It: The Scenic Design Master Classes is a two-plus-day event bringing Broadway's top set designers together to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges involved in this vital art form. The event includes approximately 8 sessions, a ticket to a Broadway show, continental breakfasts and lunches, and a networking reception. Full details will be announced at the end of January, 2014.

Where Is It: NYU's Tisch School Of The Arts, 721 Broadway, NYC

When Is It: Tuesday, June, 3-Wednesday, June 4, 2014, as part of the week-long Live Design Broadway Master Classes (lighting, sound, scenic, and projection). 

Who Is On The Faculty:  David Gallo (First Date, Memphis, The Drowsy Chaperone) serves as the creative consultant. Last year's speakers included scenic designers Rob Howell, Doug Schmidt, and Anna Louizos, lighting designer Don Holder, and legendary scenic artist Arnold Abramson. This year's faculty will be announced at the end of January, 2014.


Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain insight into this important medium; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising scenic design professionals.

What You’ll Learn: Last year's sessions included Matilda: The Journey From London To Broadway; The Broadway Groundplan: The Silent Director; and When Did We Add The Mirrored Floor? This year's schedule will be announced in February.

What Does It Cost:  Confidence rates begin at $250 for Students $245 and $395 for Professionals. Lower rates without the Broadway show ticket are also available.You can also package the Scenic Classes with Projection at a discount, or combine with Lighting and Sound as well as part of an Full-Conference Registration and save even more.

Where Can I Stay?: Housing information will be available at the end of January.

How Can I Register: Registration opens at the end of January.

 

The Broadway Sound Master Classes

What Is It: The Broadway Sound Master Classes (BSMC) is a two-day event bringing Broadway’s top audio professionals together to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges involved in creating sound for Broadway. The event includes a ticket a Broadway musical, 7-9 sessions, continental breakfasts, lunches, and a networking reception. Full details will be announced at the end of January, 2014.

Where Is It: NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, 721 Broadway, New York City

When Is It: Thursday, June 5 and Friday, June 6 as part of the week-long Live Design Broadway Master Classes (lighting, sound, scenic, and projection). 

Who Is On The Faculty: Legendary sound designer Abe Jacob (A Chorus Line, Evita, Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles) serves as the creative consultant. Last year's speakers included Jonathan Deans, Tony Meola, Nevin Steinberg, John Gromada, Garth Helm, Leon Rothenberg, John Huntington, and  Bob McCarthy. This year's faculty will be announced at the end of January.

Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain insight into theatre sound; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising sound design professionals.

What You’ll Learn: Last year's sessions included "Just Take The Note," Said The Director To The Sound Designer; Systems Thinking And Networks For Audio And Show Control; and Pippin: A Case Study. This year's schedule will be announced in February.

What Does It Cost:  Confidence rates begin at $250 for Students $245 and $395 for Professionals. Lower rates without the Broadway show ticket are also available. You can also take advantage of a Full-Conference Registration and save on all four Broadway Master Classes.

Where Can I Stay?: Housing information will be available at the end of January.

How Can I Register: Registration opens at the end of January.

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