pioneers in Lighting Design.

As humans we all are cursed by the need to view everything through our own personal knowledge and experience. If WE haven’t heard of someone, then they obviously can’t be important! It is worse even in the academic world where teachers fixate on the “hot” names from...

Scott C. Parker’s Program Bio

Scott C. Parker currently teaches Lighting Design and theater technology at Columbus State University in Columbus GA. Previously, Professor Parker was on the Graduate Faculty at the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film where he taught lighting design. He served as...

Costume

Designing a show is simply designing an environment for an event to occur. A Neil Simon play often involves interiors of homes. Therefore, a living room would be the environment and the words & actions are the event. This school year, we will be devoting a bit...

Painting

These painting pages are our newest addition to the site. Given time, we hope that they will help you in creating your scenic elements for your productions. We’ve added a link to a site that has sets of instructions for decorative painting techniques. One of the most...

Light Plots

This set in introductory instructions in creating a light plot is the result of a request for help from one of our mailing list members. Start with a small ground plan of the theater space you are working in. Add the area, person, set you are going to light. Draw an...