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‘Twas the night before year-end, and all through the landNot a theatre was open, no props nor stagehand.The audience was sent home, and so was the castThe second wave of Covid arrived here so fast.Since Springtime our gigs have been…
Brent is a lighting and media designer who has worked throughout the entertainment industry for over 15 years. He spent time video directing tours, programming lights for concerts, corporates, and cruise ships, and shooting and editing custom content with his…
Mike has been working 38 years in the live entertainment industry. He is a proud member of IATSE Local 357 and is the Head Stage Electrician at Centre in the Square. Currently, they are working a modified contract recording symphony concerts…
Antony is from Halifax, Nova Scotia. He has been in the entertainment industry for 7 years. Working from general AV to lighting/video. Antony now lives in Toronto and freelances for various companies pre-covid. He currently does lighting and video for…
Sabrina has an 18-year career in live events that has included both theatre and corporate events. She is currently the Operations Manager of the Pumphouse Theatres in Calgary and freelances as a Production Manager and Lighting Technician. The Pumphouse Theatres…
Vice President and Call Steward IATSE Local 680 – Worker Advocate
Jennifer is the Production/Admin Assistant at The Starlite Room/ConcertWorks and former Account Manager for NASCO
Nicole is the founder of #WeBuildEntertainment, technician, and a life long community builder.
This Thanksgiving weekend we would like to express our thanks to the amazing live event community. In the absence of shows, concerts and conventions, we may not have not been as connected with our ‘work families’ as usual – it…
Shure offers a variety of online training for sales, technical and general audio education.
In The Know with Brad Schiller. How to know all things about Martin Lighting
Steve has excelled over the many decades of luminary services in design, direction, programming, and pre-programming as well as training, utilizing items such as WYSIWYG, Capture, Vista, GrandMA and the Wholehog line of consoles. In fact, Steve and his brothers co-created several of the very popular Wysiwyg Tutorials that were available from CAST Lighting.
Online videos about the ChamSys Lighting Systems
Expires JUNE 1 2020 Lightwright understands what designers and electricians do with their data and paperwork, and it has unique ways of editing and viewing that information, such as grouping positions and collapsing and expanding their contents.
Various online workshop throughout the dates of March 23 – April 2 2020
PROMO CODE “act4me” until June 1st
ETC Learning Stage Page where you can learn almost everything about ETC Products and DMX
I’m John Huntington, Professor of Entertainment Technology, sound engineer, and author of the book Show Networks and Control Systems. This site covers entertainment technology, severe weather, photography, and anything else that I find interesting.
Youtube Series started by Jessica Clover Rushing about Stagehand knowledge
Learn Music Theory!
Learn AppleScript which can be used in Qlab programming
Monday March 30 2020 09:00 – 10:00 EDT Recommended for both new and experienced users, our live online training seminars are carefully crafted to focus on specific areas of wysiwyg to help save you time and to work more efficiently. Each online seminar covers the essential knowledge needed to be successful with wysiwyg as well […]
With our Spotlight Essentials Seminar, you will explore some of the most common workflows and utilize the latest tools and commands of Vectorworks® Spotlight software. Designed to help you save time, by designing more efficiently, this seminar will cover the fundamental knowledge, needed to be successful with Vectorworks® Spotlight software. The Spotlight Essentials Seminar will […]