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  • Stage Technologies, Serapid Gear Used in First “Vertical Theatre”

    PLSN Staff | News | May 11, 2010
    DALLAS - The first clue that the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, part of the AT&T Performing Arts Center in the Dallas Arts District, is more skewed toward invention than tradition is the exterior. It is housed within a 12-story cube with an outer shell of perpendicular aluminum tubes. Read More...
  • Wybron’s Scrolling Color Changer Turns 30

    PLSN Staff | News | May 11, 2010COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - This year, Wybron celebrates 30 years since it first offered its scrolling color changer. Invented by Wybron CEO Keny Whitright in 1980, the scrolling color changer sparked changes in the way lighting rigs were outfitted, designed and employed. Read More...
  • Martin Maxedia Drives LED Sculpture at Vanity Nightclub, Las Vegas

    PLSN Staff | News | May 11, 2010
    LAS VEGAS - Although its name might suggest otherwise, not all eyes at the Vanity nightclub at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino are focused on the club's mirrored surfaces. Instead, they naturally gravitate to a custom-made LED chandelier/sculpture made up of 20,000 LED points driven by a Martin Maxedia Compact media server. Read More...
  • Chauvet, Iluminarc Set Sail With Carnival Cruise Lines

    PLSN Staff | News | May 11, 2010
    PORT CANAVERAL, FL - Carnival Cruise Lines's 1,004-foot Carnival Dream has been equipped with Chauvet and Iluminarc LED fixtures, lighting the ship's Lido Deck and main lobby. Carnival Cruise Lines's Carnival Spirit and Carnival Miracle also feature Iluminarc lighting. Read More...
  • Christie Wins Inaugural InfoComm Green AV Award

    PLSN Staff | News | May 11, 2010DULLES, VA - Christie was recognized at the invitation-only 2010 InfoComm 100 conference with a Green AV Award. Newly created by InfoComm International, the Green AV Award recognizes organizations for their commitment to social responsibility, sustainability and the environment. The award was presented April 30. Read More...
  • Global Truss Spreads Its Wings Over Coachella Music Festival

    PLSN Staff | News | May 11, 2010
    INDIO, CA - The crane carries a universal message of peace, so it's only fitting that the more than 100,000 visitors who attended this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival were greeted by a giant sculpture, Ascension, inspired by the Japanese art of origami. Read More...
  • Auerbach Pollock Friedlander Completes CityCenter Projects

    PLSN Staff | News | May 10, 2010
    LAS VEGAS - Auerbach Pollock Friedlander and Auerbach Glasow French recently completed theatre design and consulting work on three venues at Las Vegas CityCenter's ARIA Resort & Casino: Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil, the ARIA Convention Center and the Haze Nightclub. Read More...
  • Angelus’ New York Concert to Benefit Behind the Scenes

    PLSN Staff | News | May 10, 2010NEW YORK - Indiana vocal group Angelus has announced it will donate all proceeds from its July 16, 2010 New York concert of sacred music to The ESTA Foundation's Behind the Scenes charity. Part of their summer tour to New York, the concert will take place at 1 p.m. in the sanctuary of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin at 145 West 46th Street. Read More...
  • ETCP InfoComm Exam Deadline Extended to May 21

    PLSN Staff | News | May 10, 2010LAS VEGAS - Due to special arrangements with the testing company, the deadline for submitting applications to sit for the paper and pencil examinations to be given at InfoComm in Las Vegas has been extended. All applications must now be submitted to the ETCP office no later than May 21, 2010. Read More...
  • Flooding Hits Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, Other Iconic Venues

    PLSN Staff | News | May 10, 2010
    NASHVILLE - After two days of relentless storms doused Music City with 13-plus inches of rain, the city's entertainment infrastructure is still drying out from the ensuing flood. Many of Nashville's iconic venues closed due to water levels on the Cumberland River that exceeded 50 feet - more than 12 feet above flood stage. They include the Country Music Hall of Fame (it re-opened May 7), the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the Grand Ole Opryhouse, which are still using alternate venues for their staged productions. Read More...
  • May Day in Memphis: A Near Miss at the Beale Street Music Festival

    PLSN Staff | News | May 10, 2010
    MEMPHIS, TN - Thunderstorms had passed through Memphis the morning May 1, so there was a feeling of gratitude in the air, along with sunshine, when the three-day Beale Street Music Festival got back underway on its second day. Read More...
  • Creative Stage Lighting Entertainment Power Systems Now UL Listed

    PLSN Staff | News | May 7, 2010
    NORTH CREEK, NY - Creative Stage Lighting has announced that Entertainment Power Systems power distribution units are now UL listed, meeting the safety requirements of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Read More...
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