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    Lighting control systems have evolved over the past couple of years. Lighting systems are possibly the most important part of any theatre production. The modern control system is typically computerised as they have more features and can do more than the average manual lighting board. They began as manual single channel dimmer sets and have become multi-channel automatic control systems. This essay will explore all of the features of a modern control system and how they differ from the original control boards, the impact of modern control systems in theatre, and what could be next in lighting control systems. As electricity evolves, the way it is controlled changes also. When lighting was first used in theatre, the lighting system was a bank…

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    beam of light I was about to focus while still being able to focus it comfortably. On the occasions where we had moved the lifter in place to focus, it was often in the way of where the lighting designer wanted to focus the light. This resulted…

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    game show survivor this theme of light representing your life can also be seen; “Behind each of you is a torch. Grab a torch and approach the flame. Dip it in and get fire. This is part of the ritual of tribal council, because in this game, fire represents life, once your fire is gone, so are you.” In Macbeth and the game show survivor when your flame ceases to exist so do you. Similarly, Banquo's torchlight is also snuffed out the moment he's killed. And finally Lennox also reported that King…

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    Parsons Dance Critique

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    On Friday, November 19th, 2016 I attended Parsons Dance at Harbison Theater in Columbia, South Carolina. Parsons Dance is a well-known modern dance company that is based in New York City. They are internationally renowned for creating and performing contemporary American dance of astonishing artistry that is accessible and inspiring to diverse populations. Parsons Dance was founded by artistic director David Parsons and Tony Award-winning lighting designer Howell Binkley in 1985. Parsons in…

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    hear each word in order to catch the subtle jokes, and I could not always hear the actors in this staging. I am not sure if the issue is due to the theatre’s acoustics or the actors’ performances. There were times, especially in the first few scenes, when the actors were not projecting loudly or enunciating clearly. Fortunately, I could still understand the plot and we as an audience still caught many of the jokes. Another issue was the lighting. As the announcer ended his introduction with,…

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    Essay On Film Noir

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    Neo-Film Noir movies, including “Bat-Man: The Dark Knight Rises,” are very similar, they do differ from each other regarding the plot line, lighting, camera angles, and characteristics. In Film Noir, the plot line of one film is actually very similar to other films within the same genre. Like most Film Noir films, including the film “Illegal,” the first initial scene features a crime that involves the murder of a…

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    In 1888 Van Gogh created The Night Café using oil paints on a canvas. It's title alone depicts it almost to a tee, however, what one might envision without seeing it would be completely subjective. The same concept can be applied to what one feels when looking at this work. The painting depicts a very eerie room with colors that clash and are almost painful to look at. However, you’re drawn in by a man standing off in the corner of the room who appears to be staring at you. He almost looks as…

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    Nt1310 Unit 3 Lab

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    terms of an ergonomically correct workplace is that the room is not very ergonomically correct. This marking scheme is similar to that of a test or assignment, in which 69%, despite it being a passing grade, has a lot more room for improvement. 2. Describe the overall work environment of the computer lab. Provide a rating # (from part A) and be specific when you describe each of the following sub-headings. a. Lighting, Score: 4/10 i. The lighting in our business pod was one that Sasha and I felt…

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    My Synthesis Essay

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    1) Use my desk lamp for lighting more over the standard dorm lightning since I have a LED bulb in it and gives off ample brightness. -LED bulbs are by far more efficient than fluorescents since they give off more light than heat. These bulbs also seem to be much brighter and I find myself not being strained when I use it as a sole light source. Since my dorm room is already hot, it only seems smarter to use a light source that does not give off a ton of heat as well. Since I live in a single…

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    Gogh uses color in a very deliberate and effective way in The Night Café. He selects the colors not based on his visual interpretation of the room but on the psychological and emotional effects it has on its occupants. He explains to his brother Theo, in a letter, that he uses the red and green in an attempt to express the terrible passions of human nature. The use of these colors helps to illustrate the intensity of the Café de la Gare and provoke the emotions of the viewer who may relate the…

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