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Alec Szuch Runs Nahko and Medicine for the People Show with ChamSys

DENVER – For a show featuring Nahko and Medicine for the People at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Alec Szuch used his ChamSys MagicQ MQ100 along with an Execute Wing and Extra Wing, supplied by Synaesthesiax to add to the sense of magic invoked by the century-old venue itself. Read More

ADJ Launch 8 New Products at NAMM 2018

Ahead of the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, ADJ is pleased to introduce eight exciting new products that will be demonstrated at the exhibition for the first time. There’s a powerful new moving head wash, potent blinder, ‘dim-to-warm’ pinspot, illuminated lighting stand, two new all white housing fixtures, new POW-R BAR and new wireless mic system. Read More

Robe Battles with In Flames

Feeling the heat and helping create the energy and industrial-strength visuals for award winning Swedish heavy metal band In Flames … lighting and production designer Fredrik Stormby of creative practice Greenwall Designs AB used 156 x Robe BMFLs - a cool mix of 102 x BMFL WashBeams and 54 x BMFL Spots for their most recent tour. Read More

One Week, 3 Events, 5 Cities – City Theatrical Coming to a City Near You

Team members from City Theatrical will be spending the final weeks of January traveling around the country sharing insights and demonstrating our best-selling products at industry trade shows and events. Read More

Ayrton Names ACT Lighting Exclusive U.S. Distributor, ACT Lighting Hires Keith Bennett as Ayrton Brand Specialist

PARIS – Ayrton named ACT Lighting as its exclusive U.S. distributor. Keith Bennett, formerly with previous distributor Morpheus Lights, will join ACT Lighting as a brand specialist for Ayrton. Pictured here, from left, are ACT Lighting’s Shawn Sack, Keith Bennett, Doug Mekanik, Ayrton’s Michael Althaus, and ACT’s Brian Dowd, Aaron Hubbard, Alex Monast, George Masek and James Davey. Read More


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