Jennifer Moore joins DCR Nashville as Director of Sales
Jennifer Moore joins DCR Nashville as Director of Sales

DCR Nashville Announces Addition of Jennifer Moore as Director of Sales

Michael Eddy

DCR Nashville announces the addition of Jennifer Moore to its Nashville based team. Moore will be assuming the role of Director of Sales with the company where she will be charged with developing relationships with both end users and professional companies with a special concentration on concert touring markets.

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Legally Blonde – The Musical ©SAIC Shanghai Culture Square - Zheng Tianran 2017
Legally Blonde – The Musical ©SAIC Shanghai Culture Square - Zheng Tianran 2017

Intelligent Lighting Services Supports the Tour of Legally Blonde The Musical

Michael Eddy

Legally Blonde – The Musical opened in December at Shanghai’s Culture Square Theatre to start its China National tour. From China it will move to Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Grand Theatre in May, before returning to the U.S. in October 2018. Legally Blonde – The Musical is a sparkling celebration of pop culture. Responsible for technology on tour is the team from Intelligent Lighting Services Ltd (ILS), led by lighting engineer and company founder, Paul Gould. As part of the tour’s lighting inventory ILS supplied two MDG ATMe™ haze generators to provide the perfect haze with which to show off Kirk Bookman’s fun and vibrant lighting design.

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Point Source Audio is holding a Decade of Innovation contest
Point Source Audio is holding a Decade of Innovation contest

Point Source Audio Celebrates 10th Anniversary with $10,000 Decade of Innovation Contest

Michael Eddy

Point Source Audio® (PSA), an audio equipment manufacturer specializing in the development of miniature microphones and headsets, announces that it is commemorating 10 years in business this month by donating $10,000 in Point Source Audio microphones, headsets, and other gear in its “Decade of Innovation” contest. Three nonprofit organizations will be awarded donations in PSA’s contest.

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The 2016-17 George Jean Nathan Award goes to Sara Holdren
The 2016-17 George Jean Nathan Award goes to Sara Holdren

Sara Holdren Wins the 2016-17 George Jean Nathan Award

Kathy Eddy

In a theatrical season marked by debate over the representation of women onstage and off, and by controversy surrounding male critics’ assessments of women’s stage artistry, Sara Holdren has emerged as a powerful and uncompromising new critical voice in the theater. Her debut review essay, “The Revolution Will Not Be Hashtagged: A Misguided Joan of Arc at the Public Theater,” published in the online journal Culturebot in April 2017, provided an impassioned and razor-sharp critique so articulate and compelling that New York magazine soon thereafter appointed her its new theater critic. The essay has inspired the selection committee of the George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism to select Holdren as the 2016-2017 winner.

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Avid

Avid VENUE S6L Software Update Delivers Free On-Stage iOS App to Enhance Monitor Mixing Capabilities

Michael Eddy

Avid® announces the availability of a new version of Avid VENUE™ Software and new Avid VENUE | On-Stage iOS app for its award-winning Avid VENUE | S6L live sound system. Powered by MediaCentral®, the industry’s most open and efficient platform designed for media, the software update and On-Stage app introduce a range of exciting new control surface and software workflows for monitor engineers.

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QSC celebrates 50 years
QSC celebrates 50 years

QSC Celebrates 50 Years and Forward

Michael Eddy

1968 was a year of seismic change across the globe. Fifty years ago, unrest was fueled by civil rights movements in the United States and protests and revolutions in Europe. Technological innovations included the introduction of the 747 jumbo jet and the first humans to orbit the moon, in Apollo 8. In music, as the Beatles sang ‘Hey Jude’ and the Rolling Stones rocked ‘Jumping Jack Flash’, the company known today as QSC was born as Quilter Sound Things in a small industrial building in Costa Mesa, California.

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Ian Jones and the Allen & Heath dLive S5000 at the Thomaston Opera House
Ian Jones and the Allen & Heath dLive S5000 at the Thomaston Opera House

Thomaston Opera House Performs with Allen & Heath

Michael Eddy

As part of a major audio upgrade, the historic Thomaston Opera House in Thomaston, CT, recently added an Allen & Heath dLive S Class digital mixing system with an S5000 Surface, DM48 MixRack and DX32 Expander. The Opera House is home to the Landmark Community Theatre which performed Spamalot, Hairspray, Grease, Mamma Mia!, The Diary of Anne Frank, and It's A Wonderful Life during its 2017 season.

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Go International at USITT 2018

Kathy Eddy

USITT want to help you expand your network and your understanding of the industry beyond the U.S. USITT exudes an East meets West vibe by highlighting international members, programs, and awards. Open your mind, experience different design aesthetics, and learn new ways of approaching problems from our friends across the pond and beyond. USITT 2018 has numerous activities and sessions which allow members to collaborate and network with those who have a different design aesthetic and process and location-specific standards.

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