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Let’s Create Theater That Matters – with Adam Honoré

Chris Lose • February 16, 2021

with Adam Honoré – Lighting Designer out of New York City

On this episode, we discuss seven teachers who have influenced Adam’s adventures in the entertainment industry, how the students of 2020 might get a chance to work in the entertainment industry, modern lighting portfolios, modern technology being taught in schools, how prevalent the arts need to be in schools in the modern era, and how we treat modern artists and teachers.

Please send your respect to these influencers:

Mrs. Raye Ann Cox – Jr. High Theater Teacher

(Creek Valley Middle School, Texas)

Mrs. Kimberly Mohn Powell – High School Technical Director / Theater Teacher

(Hebron High School, Texas)

Mr. Dusty Thompson – Head of High School Theater Program / Theater Teacher

(Hebron High School, Texas and Executive Producer of Viva Creative)

Mr. Cade Butler  – High School Technical Director / Theater Teacher

(Hebron High School, Texas and Fine Arts Coordinator at Frisco ISD)

Steven A. Draheim – Associate Professor of Design

(University of Oklahoma)

Jon Young – Associate Professor of Design

(University of Oklahoma)

Driscoll Otto – Lighting & Projection Design for Theatre & Opera.

Partner/Creative Director at Chromatic Light

Please visit: www.honorelighting.com

About this Podcast

LD at Large Podcast

Stage and Theatrical Lighting in the modern world.

Chris Lose is an international touring lighting director, programmer and columnist who has dedicated his life to solving problems through pragmatic decision making and mindfulness. He strives to invoke emotion through color, atmosphere and beauty. He loves to share his experiences and his knowledge even in his most vulnerable hours.

In this podcast, he takes time to lay out his unique philosophies that have allowed him to succeed in the hard knocks business of rock 'n roll touring.

You can listen to the LD AT Large Podcast here or at or at one of the sites below.

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