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No Smoke, But Plenty of Mirrors
Lighting & Sound America, April 2018

Staged in the NFL's coldest venue, the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show posed more design and technical challenges than ever before.


In an Olympic Light
Lighting & Sound America, April 2018

Difficult angles and freezing temperatures were only some of the challenges at the PyeongChang ceremonies of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.


A Coming-Out Party: Cirque du Soleil's Volta
Lighting & Sound America, January 2018

Bathed in light and luminous, luxurious imagery, Volta—Cirque du Soleil’s newest, brightest touring show—is supercharged, crackling with energy, and at times shocking.


Music Lives Here: The National Music Centre
Lighting & Sound America, November 2017

Much more than a museum, The National Music Centre’s new Studio Bell is the first facility of its kind in North America and the first to be dedicated to music in Canada in all its forms.


The most spectacular Super Bowl halftime show ever
Lighting & Sound America, April 2017

Lady Gaga dropped in on a smoke and fire-filled post-Apocalyptic set to perform at Super Bowl LI. Or was it glam? We take you inside a show bursting with never-before-seen techno wonders.


A House Divided
Lighting & Sound America, March 2017

In a triumph of architectural design, two stunning venues have been carved out of the long-underutilized Main Stage touring house at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.


The Arts Multiplex
Lighting & Sound America, February 2017

FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, the newest destination in the already culture-rich Niagara region, represents a unique town-and-gown collaboration.


A Chorus Line Reconfigured
Lighting & Sound America, January 2017

For the first time since it premiered off Broadway in 1975, the rights holders of this classic proscenium show have permitted it to be re-choreographed and reconfigured for a thrust stage.


Rio Grand
Lighting & Sound International, October 2016

Production takes a step back from the all-out technical wizardry of recent Olympics in favour of analog inventiveness and Brazil’s famous carnival spirit. UK edition with different art from US edition.


Sign of the Times
Lighting & Sound America, October 2016

The opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics delivered—against the odds—a meaningful message about climate change and poverty, while showing considerable design ingenuity.

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