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On Stage Lighting brings you information and articles about stage and theatre lighting design…

Lighting An Orchestra

Lighting An Orchestra

In the stage lighting calendar, the Christmas season is awash with choirs and orchestras, carol concerts and recitals. On Stage Lighting considers how to light a classical concert ,an orchestra or choir (while keeping conductors and musicians happy) including a simple rig design without overstage rigging postions. (more…)

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Lighting The Stage

Lighting The Stage

Stage Lighting (clue in the name), lighting the stage would seem to be it’s primary function. The question “How to light a stage?” seems to come up frequently among beginners. On Stage Lighting looks at basic front lighting for any venue or show. (more…)

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Olympic Sized Lighting Design

What if the phone rang tomorrow and ….? “Hi. We’ve got this little show coming up in 2012. It’s in East London and we’d like a bit of lighting to liven the place up.” Where the **** do you start with an Olympic sized lighting design? Or any large scale lighting design for that matter? […]

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Colour Temperature

Good stage lighting makes use of coloured light to create mood or depict the lighting in a specific location and time of day. This article gives you an introduction to colour temperature, why it is important and it’s relevance in stage lighting design.

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