On & Off the Record
A House Divided

In a triumph of architectural design, two vibrant new venues have been carved out of the long-underutilized Main Stage touring house at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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The Arts Complex

FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, the newest destination in the already culture-rich Niagara region, represents a unique town-and-gown collaboration. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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A Chorus Line Reborn

Donna Feore's re-choreographed production of A Chorus Line at the Stratford Festival marked a milestone in the history of musical theatre—for the first time since it premiered off Broadway in 1975, the rights holders of this classic proscenium show permitted it to be reconfigured for a thrust stage. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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Rio Olympics

The opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics delivered—against the odds—a meaningful message about climate change and poverty, while showing considerable design ingenuity. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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Game Day

Bruce Rodgers' production design takes centre stage at the Super Bowl 50 Halftime show, featuring Coldplay, Beyonc and Bruno Mars. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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The Alberta Rose in Bloom

The Bella Concert Hall at The Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts is the new home for music performance and education in Calgary. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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A New Concert Sound System for Roy Thomson Hall

Music lover, sound engineer and consultant Martin Van Dijk prescribes a new concert sound system for Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall. Read our feature article in Lighting and Sound America.

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Dinosaurs at THEMUSEUM

A new dinosaur exhibit includes an immersive sonic environment that envelops visitors in the sounds of the late Cretaceous period and transports them back in time some 70 million years. Read our feature article in Professional Sound.

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Theatre News

We've got feature articles in Lighting & Sound America on creating the spectacular illusion of an empty stage at Shaw, designing the revolve for Carousel at Stratford, and on the world's smallest wireless mic transmitter, used on nude actors in The Wild Party in Toronto. Take a look behind the scenes!

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All About Rigging

Bill Sapsis' new book, Entertainment Rigging for the 21st Century, packs a lot into 270 pages, and is equally relevant to rigging for the theatre, auditorium, arena, exhibition hall, and outdoor event markets.

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