Feature Articles We've Written

Alice Through the Looking Glass
Lighting & Sound America, September 2016

A torrent of projections, mirrored floor, and reverse tech process are among the challenges posed by Alice in Wonderland at the Shaw Festival.


Game Day: Staging the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show
Lighting & Sound America, April 2016

Production design, LED stage, lighting and sound for the mammoth Super Bowl 50 Halftime show featuring Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.


The Alberta Rose in Bloom
Lighting & Sound America, March 2016

Our inside look at the Bella Concert Hall at the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts, the new home for music education and performance at Mount Royal University in Calgary.


Pan Am Games Opening Ceremony
Lighting & Sound America, October 2015

The opening ceremony of the largest Pan Am Games in history, matched by the biggest spectacle ever produced by Cirque du Soleil in a show like none before.


A New Sound System for Roy Thomson Hall
Lighting & Sound America, September 2015

Symphony aficionado, sound engineer & consultant Martin Van Dijk of Engineering Harmonics conjures an astounding concert sound system for Toronto's legendary Roy Thomson Hall.


An Empty Stage for Peter and the Starcatcher
Lighting & Sound America, August 2015

Designer Judith Bowden creates the spectacular illusion of a working empty stage for Rick Elice's Peter and the Starcatcher, in repertory at the Shaw Festival.


Dinosaurs: Edge of Extinction
Professional Sound, August 2015

A new dinosaur exhibit features an immersive sonic environment that envelops visitors in the sounds of the late Cretaceous period and transports them back some 70 million years.


Conjuring the Carousel
Lighting & Sound America, June 2015

Designer Doug Paraschuk has more than a little magic up his sleeve in designing a luminescent carousel for the latest incarnation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic musical.


Taming The Wild Party
Lighting & Sound America, June 2015

Peter McBoyle finds Lectrosonics' new SSM micro-transmitter ideal for performers whose lack of costumes leave almost no place to hide a conventional wireless pack.


The Passing of Online
Broadcaster, September 2014

The online process, vs. offline editing, once central to the production process, is in the process of being relegated to the status of a  byway in the development of modern studio practices and procedures.

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