CONTEMPORIST: Ice Castles, an entertainment company who builds…well, ice castles, has added their own spin to subzero adventures.
LA Times: Production assistant is hardly the most glamorous job the movie business has to offer, but a group of workers says a major Hollywood studio has pushed too far.Production assistant is hardly the most glamorous job the movie business has to offer, but a group of workers says a major Hollywood studio has pushed too far.The Creators Project: Sound and color may seem, at least superficially, to have very little in common. But as Athens-based artist and physicist Yiannis Kranidiotis points out in his audiovisual project, Ichographs MdelP, in which colors from Rafael’s Madonna del Prato ("Madonna of the Meadow") decompose into audio, both sounds and colors can be described as waves.Luner on Theatre: Theater-going Americans on the West Coast have proved they are willing to Wait For It. Being required to either plan a cross-country trip or wait it out, American’s on the West Coast have been left Helpless without a production of Hamilton to themselves. However, that all changed today as producers announced details regarding the show and it’s upcoming national tour! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the exciting news that the West Coast will be home to the launch of the national tour of Hamilton in 2017!The Producer's Perspective:Back in ’11, I posted a medium-sized whiny blog wondering when/where we would get a BroadwayCon. “Movies have ’em, why not us? Huh? Whhhhhyyyyyy-ine!”
Now, normally when I think our industry should do something, I try to figure out how to do it myself, but I knew that producing a convention was something I knew nothing about, nor did I want to learn. So I blogged away, and before I laid me down to sleep, I prayed that a BroadwayCon would one day a-peep.
Then, just last week, it happened.