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d&b debuts and seminars are a hit at PLASA Focus Leeds

Monday, 23 May 2016

UK - Once again, the d&b GB team had plenty tucked up its sleeve for PLASA Focus Leeds in the North of England. Visitors to this year's booth left fully acquainted with all the latest solutions, plus practical advice from the Education and Application Support team - now something of a regular feature on the show's annual seminar programme.

As if this regional exhibition didn't make things easy enough, the d&b booth divided itself in half, offering installation solutions on one side, mobile on the other.

Making their Leeds debut were the two four channel installation specific amplifiers 30D and 10D, each providing targeted power outputs and features for permanent applications.

Further introductions were made to the award winning V-Series point sources, and d&b NoizCalc - the new modelling software for calculating noise immissions in the far field. Released only last month, a virtual setup gave visitors a chance to see how and what NoizCalc can do to minimize noise levels for neighbours.

For anyone wanting to know more about the integration possibilities with d&b, the Dante enabled DS10 Audio network bridge proved a good place to start. Designed specifically for d&b amplifiers the DS10 is the first d&b device to be positioned before the amplifiers in the signal chain, enabling users to interface easily with d&b systems via Ethernet, both for audio and remot

Visit the Royal Shakespeare Company with PLASA

Visit the Royal Shakespeare Company with PLASA

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

UK - In a special event for PLASA members to be held on 24 May, the RSC will be providing an immersive backstage tour covering the transformation of Elizabeth Scott's iconic 1932 cinema-style Royal Shakespeare Theatre into a definitive new environment for performing the works of Shakespeare.

This was a major construction programme and Stage Electrics were involved on-site in the realisation of this transformation for over four years working to the design brief created by Charcoalblue (theatre consultants), Buro Happold (engineers) and Bennetts Associates (architects).

This project was a huge collaborative effort with a number of different contributors all handpicked by the RSC. More recently, Stage Electrics have been engaged by RSC in a technical refit of The Other Place, a space created to house the company while their main theatre was being transformed. The RSC technical team will be leading the tours along with Jonathan Porter Goff of Stage Electrics.

Tickets are only £25+VAT and include a buffet lunch and afternoon tea and cake. Bookings can be made by clicking here.

(Lee Baldock)

 
 

The Warehouse enjoys busy PLASA Focus Leeds

Friday, 13 May 2016

UK - Leading pro-audio provider The Warehouse Sound Services has enjoyed a hugely productive PLASA Focus in Leeds this week. The event provided the organisation the opportunity to announce its exclusive UK partnership with Adamson Systems Engineering and a new UK partnership with Nexo.

It also provided a platform to showcase the company's range of products from major brands including Shure, Allen & Heath and Sennheiser. PLASA Leeds delivered two days of constant activity, high quality visitors and high interest in The Warehouse's products.

PLASA was also a platform to announce the opening of The Warehouse's new office in Chorley, Lancashire.

Derek Blair, director of The Warehouse comments, "It's an exciting time for The Warehouse! Not only have we just opened our third office in the North West of England, we have also secured new major brand partnerships with Adamson and Nexo.

"Technological advancements continue be at the forefront of the audio market and it is important for The Warehouse to be able to provide our customers with the very best audio equipment on the market. Adding Adamson and Nexo to our portfolio will help us broaden our horizons in a rapidly changing market place.

"PLASA Leeds provided us with a unique opportunity to showcase our new products and introduce new and existing customers to out new team members. The feedback from custome

 

Eighth round of Theatres Trust grants announced

Friday, 13 May 2016

UK - The Theatres Trust has announced the recipients of the Theatres Protection Fund's Small Grants Scheme. Successful theatres in this round are: the Theatre Royal Winchester; Friargate Theatre in York; Tron Theatre in Glasgow; Bridgwater Arts Centre and the Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis.

In Round Eight, the Theatres Trust has awarded the following projects:

Theatre Royal Winchester receives £5,000 towards its 'Tower Street elevation - urgent fabric and structural repairs' project, to restore the weather-damaged Tower Street fa

 
 
ETC attracts attention with Stonex at AFIAL

ETC attracts attention with Stonex at AFIAL

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Spain - AFIAL is the main professional lighting trade show in Spain. Once again, Stonex arranged a large area where visitors could see the latest products from ETC, being supported simultaneously by technical professionals.

The AFIAL trade show was staged 26-28 April in Madrid. Stonex, ETC'S official distributor in Spain, dedicated a large area to show the ETC products.

SourceFour LED, ColorSource e Irideon FPZ LED series were among the highlights. Additionally, visitors could experience the ION and GIO consoles.

Every day an ETC Nomad was raffled among Stonex booth visitors. The lucky winners were: V

 
AES unveils presentations schedule for Paris

AES unveils presentations schedule for Paris

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

USA/France - Paper presentations, both as lectures and/or posters, for the upcoming Audio Engineering Society's 140th International Convention at the Palais des Congr

 
 
PLASA Focus Leeds: Cadac debuts CDC software

PLASA Focus Leeds: Cadac debuts CDC software

Monday, 9 May 2016

UK - Cadac is debuting CDC Console Software V3.01 in the UK at PLASA Focus, alongside the new CDC MC Optical Bridge and the CDC MC AES3 Stagebox.

CDC Console Software V3.01 includes a range of new features and performance enhancements for the Cadac CDC six and CDC eight live sound production consoles; the outcome of Cadac's on-going CDC development programme, driven by customer feedback and our desire to exceed the expectations of a rapidly evolving live sound market.

One of the major features found in V3.01 is Custom Fader Layers, or CFL. The current implementation allows the engineer to create a user definable layer, or group, of any mixture of inputs, busses, VCAs and Monitor faders, which can then be accessed by faders on the right hand bank. Each CFL can be named and colour coded.

Richard Ferriday, Cadac's sales and marketing director, summarises, "CDC six has fast been gaining a reputation for industry-leading latency and audio quality. We have been working in conjunction with many leading sound engineers and system techs for the last 12 months, developing this latest update of CDC software. Now with the enhanced feature set represented in V3.01, CDC six offers a complete set of tools to the discerning audio professional. However, it doesn't stop here - we will continue to push the boundaries and will be making further advances in the coming nine months

 
PLASA Focus Leeds: Proel majors on Axiom array

PLASA Focus Leeds: Proel majors on Axiom array

Monday, 9 May 2016

UK - Proel will exhibit at the annual PLASA Focus trade show at the Royal Armouries in Leeds this week.

The hot product from Proel's professional loudspeaker brand Axiom is the AX800A compact powered line array that generated serious interest at Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt recently.

Based around two transmission line back-loaded 8-inch LF drivers and a 1.4-inch high frequency compression driver, the AX800A is an suitable candidate for small and medium PA rental duties, both indoor and outdoor, thanks to its moulded enclosure and stylish design

The AX800A features a Class D amplifier module and delivers 132dB max SPL over a horizontal coverage angle of 100°. It is designed for use in a 4:1 ratio with the SW1800A dual 18-inch powered subwoofer, while a range of rigging hardware enables the assembly of flown line array hangs or easily transported ground supported systems over a subwoofer.

Proel will also show selected models from the Axiom ED series of point source loudspeakers, including the low profile ED23P, designed for a multitude of near-field applications such as corporate A/V, front fills, and delays, as well as for permanent installations in cafés, bars, restaurants, houses of worship, and sports facilities.

The Proel International sales team of Matthew Bell, Pete Ward, and Mal Ward will be on stand P-19 to welcome visitors to PLASA

 
 
PLASA Focus Leeds: Zero 88 FLX family grows

PLASA Focus Leeds: Zero 88 FLX family grows

Friday, 6 May 2016

UK - Zero 88 will be exhibiting at Plasa Focus Leeds - Stand N-B12 - with several exciting new products and releases.

Following its successful launch last year, FLX8 now joins the FLX family of lighting consoles as the latest eight-universe version of the PLASA Innovation Award winning FLX product line.

FLX and FLX8 will be shown with demonstrators highlighting the latest software release - ZerOS 7.9 - and the online universe upgrade program for FLX.

This continues the planned FLX programme of feature and capability enhancements ... all continuing to making FLX an even more powerful, durable, portable and extendable lighting control console package.

ZerOS 7.9 also brings significant advancements to the whole ZerOS console line-up, as we combine the software's feature set across consoles.

Sitting alongside the FLX will be the new ZerOS Wing, allowing the expansion of FLX to increase the number of playback faders.

A number of configurations will be shown to demonstrate the versatility of the ZerOS Wing package. The Wing also brings new standards of flexibility to all ZerOS consoles - either used alone with a PC, or connected to ZerOS consoles like ORB XF and Solution.

Also showcased will be new Remote and Monitor apps for all ZerOS consoles on iOS and Android. These new free apps deliver more accessible remote operation of ZerOS consoles via mob

 

Yamaha makes connections at PLASA Focus 2016

Friday, 6 May 2016

UK - PLASA Focus 2016 sees Yamaha sharing a stand with loudspeaker manufacturer Nexo and highlighting the interconnectivity of the company's professional audio systems for installation, broadcast and live production.

A focal point of Yamaha's presence will be the MRX7-D open architecture signal processor, the RMio64-D Dante/MADI conversion i/o unit and the RSio64-D Dante/mini-YGDAI convertor. In addition, the latest V4 software for CL/QL series digital mixing consoles will be on demonstration.

Complementing the Yamaha Commercial Installation Solutions (CIS) range of MTX series fixed architecture matrix processors, the MRX7-D delivers simple yet outstandingly flexible control for complex, high-capacity sound systems in hotels, ballrooms, houses of worship, schools, libraries, theatres, convention centres, conference rooms and many other applications.

Featuring eight mic/line analogue inputs, eight analogue outputs and two stereo RCA inputs, an onboard mini-YGDAI card slot allows local i/o expansion and connection to other digital audio products. Also featured are 16 channels of Yamaha's proprietary YDIF i/o and 64 channels of Dante i/o, enabling a total simultaneous i/o count of up to 110 inputs and 104 outputs.

The RMio64-D allows audio from a CL or QL mixing console live sound (or other Dante-equipped) system to be converted to MADI and fed to an Outside

 
 
Double first for AIMS at NAB

Double first for AIMS at NAB

Thursday, 5 May 2016

USA - During the recent NAB Show, two major European-based companies, Broadcast Solutions and Euro Media Group (EMG), joined AIMS (the Alliance for IP Media Solutions); respectively becoming the first International systems integrator and first technical service provider to join the alliance.

Rainer Kampe, CTO at Broadcast Solutions GmbH, signed the membership agreement on the AIMS booth at NAB, citing the "paramount importance, as an international and manufacturer independent system integrator, of offering future-proof solutions to our customers", and of "promoting open standards in accordance with major trade organizations such as SMPTE, VSF or AES".

Also signing the AIMS membership agreement during NAB, EMG CTO, Ronald Meyvisch said that his company was "proud to be the first technical service provider to join AIMS", stating that the move towards IP based technical production solutions "is one of the biggest challenges that our industry is facing today".

Commenting for AIMS, chairman Michael Cronk said, "As the first International systems integrator and technical service provider, respectively, to join AIMS, Broadcast Solutions and EMG bring new insight and experience to our membership as we seek to foster the adoption of true standards in the migration to IP. We are thrilled that these esteemed European broadcast industry companies have joined the alliance

 
PLASA Focus Leeds: AC-ET showcases leading technologies

PLASA Focus Leeds: AC-ET showcases leading technologies

Thursday, 5 May 2016

UK - A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) are showcasing the latest product highlights from their extensive brand portfolio at the PLASA Focus Leeds 2016 Show - Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK, stand N-E02, 10-11 May.

A leading one-stop provider of professional equipment to the entertainment industry, AC-ET will be showcasing a selection of the very latest lighting, audio, rigging, video, and film & TV solutions available from their vast portfolio of over 200 leading brands and five specialist sales divisions.

The stand will feature the very latest premium performance entertainment & broadcast LED solutions from Chroma-Q. Designed and built to exacting standards in North America, the award-winning range has been adopted by many leading designers and specifiers for some of today's most demanding and prestigious lighting applications.

Highlights include the innovative new Space Force LED space light; the Color One 100 full colour-mixing, homogenous output LED PAR; award-winning Inspire family of colour-changing LED house lights; the hugely successful Color Force multi-purpose LED washlights, and various models from the 'Studio' range of white LED lighting solutions.

Also showing are the award-winning Jands Vista lighting & media control solutions range and award-winning Jands Stage CL console for extremely simple control of LED lighting & dimmers. In addition

 
 

Behind the Scenes Happy Hour returns to LDI 2016

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

USA - The Behind the Scenes Happy Hour, hosted by ESTA, will return for its third year as the biggest pre-LDI party of the year and will take place on Thursday, 20 October from 6pm-8pm at the Westgate Las Vegas. Sponsorship opportunities are now available to LDI exhibitors and attendees, and tickets will go on sale in the Summer.

The Behind the Scenes Happy Hour features an open bar, hors d'oeuvres and music with all proceeds going to benefit the Behind the Scenes charity, the only industry charity that provides grants to ill or injured entertainment technician professionals. Since its inception in 2014, the Behind the Scenes Happy Hour has raised over $120,000 in sponsorships and ticket sales.

ESTA is currently seeking additional sponsorships for the 2016 event. Information on how to become a sponsor is available online at www.esta.org or by emailing [email protected]

Current returning sponsors for the 2016 Behind the Scenes Happy Hour include: Altman Lighting (Executive), 4Wall Entertainment (Platinum), IATSE (Platinum), Ultratec, (Platinum), LDI (Gold), Vectorworks, Inc. (Gold), Stage Equipment & Lighting (Gold), Barbizon Lighting (Silver), Columbus McKinnon (Silver), ENTTEC Americas (Silver), iWeiss Theatrical (Silver), Musson Theatrical (Silver), Stan Pressner (Silver), Sapsis Rigging Inc (Silver) and A.C. Lighting (Lighting Sponsor). Official media sponso

 
Technology meets theatre at the RSC for PLASA tour

Technology meets theatre at the RSC for PLASA tour

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

UK - Following on from PLASA's backstage tour of Sadler's Wells in March, a visit has been arranged to the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon on the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

The Royal Shakespeare Company will be welcoming PLASA members on 24th May 2016 to take part in an immersive backstage tour covering the transformation of Elizabeth Scott's iconic 1932 cinema-style Royal Shakespeare Theatre into a definitive new environment for performing the works of Shakespeare.

This was a major construction programme and Stage Electrics were involved on-site in the realisation of this transformation for over four years working to the design brief created by Charcoalblue (theatre consultants), Buro Happold (engineers) and Bennetts Associates (architects).

This project was a huge collaborative effort with a number of different contributors all handpicked by the RSC. More recently Stage Electrics have been engaged by RSC in a technical refit of The Other Place, a space created to house the company while their main theatre was being transformed.

The RSC technical team will be leading the tours along with Jonathan Porter Goff of Stage Electrics.

Tickets are only £25+VAT and include a buffet lunch and afternoon tea and cake. Bookings can be made by clicking here.<

 
 

What will our theatres look like in 40 years?

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

UK - The Theatres Trust has announced that booking is now open for its tenth annual conference: Conference 16: Protecting Theatres, to be staged at the New London Theatre.

Says the Trust, "In this milestone year in the history of the Trust we will examine the state of our nation's theatres and discuss their future. We will consider the past and present influences on theatre architecture and design; the provision of existing and new theatres in response to city and government devolution; changing demographics; housing delivery and community and audience demand.

"We will then look to the future, and the potential for the next 40 years, and ask: What kinds of theatres will we need to build, and how will we find the resources to do so? How should we be asking existing buildings to adapt and change? What impact will the popularity of digital distribution of live theatre have? How will we ensure that the right spaces are available in the right locations for the next generations of theatre makers?"

Protecting Theatres will also examine the wider cultural landscape, including the role of theatres in stimulating cultural and economic development, and the increasing technical demands being placed on theatre buildings.

Mark Shenton, Conference 16 chair, associate editor and joint chief theatre critic for The Stage, says, "This is the perfect opportunity not j

 
PLASA Focus Leeds: ETC majors on innovation

PLASA Focus Leeds: ETC majors on innovation

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

UK - Following a successful Prolight+Sound in Frankfurt, ETC is heading to Leeds for the annual PLASA Focus event, taking place at the Royal Armouries, 10-11 May. The company will present a selection of its newest innovations and most popular products on stand N-C06.

The latest additions to the budget-friendly ColorSource family will be making their UK debut at the show. The just-launched ColorSource consoles deliver hands-on control for modern, small-scale venues. Each console offers plug-and-play setup, an integrated touchscreen, and the ability to run effects, mix LED colours, control moving lights and play back cues. The consoles are available in two sizes, 20 and 40, with optional audiovisual capability.

ETC's popular ColorSource Spot and PAR fixtures are newly available in Deep Blue versions. These affordable fixtures use an array that offers richer, more saturated blues and strong magentas in exchange for the more jewel-toned blues available in the original ColorSource fixtures. Alongside these will be the ColorSource Relay, which can wirelessly switch power and transmit DMX and RDM to hard-to-reach places, and ColorSource ThruPower a solution for transitioning lighting systems between tungsten and LED.

Also on ETC's stand will be the Irideon FPZ, a compact LED framing projector based on the Source Four Mini LED platform. It's 33% brighter than the Sou

 
 

PLASA Focus Leeds: A-T presents full showcase

Friday, 29 April 2016

UK - Audio-Technica is set to showcase a wide range of products from its microphone and headphone ranges and the latest offerings from distributed brands Allen & Heath and Apart Audio at PLASA Focus 2016 at The Royal Armouries in Leeds on 10-11 May.

In addition, Rodrigo Thomaz (Audio-Technica senior technical product specialist) will be hosting a seminar entitled Exploring The Advantages Of 100 Volt Line Audio Systems on Wednesday 11 May at 2pm in The Royal Armouries' Wellington Room. Presented in conjunction with The Institute of Sound and Communication Engineers, the session will look at the difference between low impedance and 100 Volt Line speakers, tackling the myths of installing 100V Line systems to make installations easier and quicker.

The recently launched Audio-Technica ATM350a clip-on condenser microphone - with its exemplary range of instrument mounts (from piano to woodwind to drums) - will appear alongside the new ATM230 hypercardioid and AE2300 cardioid dynamic instrument microphones, System 10 PRO digital wireless, affordable AT-One UHF wireless systems and M50x and M70x professional monitoring headphones.

Having taken on UK distribution for Apart Audio earlier in 2016, Audio-Technica will be showing the Belgian brand's expansive range of installation and AV audio products for the first time at PLASA Focus. Set to appear are Apart spea

 

PLASA Focus Leeds: Elation debuts three

Friday, 29 April 2016

UK - Elation Professional invites lighting professionals to Stand N-D32 at PLASA Focus Leeds for an up-close look at an impressive line-up of new lighting solutions that includes three all-new product series.

On display May 10-11 at the Royal Armouries in Leeds will be Elation's new Fuze Series, a dynamic range of LED wash luminaires with single-lens RGBW COB LEDs for a wide choice of colours and extremely homogenized field of light. Available in moving head or IP65-rated PAR versions, all Fuze Series fixtures (Fuze PAR Z60, Fuze PAR Z120, Fuze Wash Z120, Fuze Wash Z350) house a wide 5-50-degree zoom.

Also showing will be the DTW Series, a new variable white LED series of products designed specifically for the broadcast and video market. DTW Series fixtures are color temperature adjustable and can emulate the "dim to warm" look of conventional tungsten / halogen fixtures. The ZCL Series, a new family of high-output LED effect lights with RGBW multi-chip and Zooming Collimator Lens system for high-performance effect lighting for stages and clubs, will also feature.

Elation will also be showing a new, seven-colour wash luminaire, the Platinum SEVEN, which houses 19x 25W multi-chip LEDs for an unprecedented choice of colours. It also features a fast 5° to 50° zoom, 3x pixel ring control and advanced low-noise cooling and movement control systems. The the

 
 
Stage|Set|Scenery at Stage Technology Conference

Stage|Set|Scenery at Stage Technology Conference

Thursday, 28 April 2016

Germany - From 15 to 17 June Stage|Set|Scenery will be represented at the Stage Technology Conference (BTT), which is organised by Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft (DTHG) and will be taking place in Bremen.

The BTT is the most important advanced training event organised by the theatre and event technology industry in German-speaking countries. A total of 80 companies will be represented there, including established family-run firms and innovative enterprises, ranging from small start-ups to major market leaders. The Stage Technology Conference can look back on a history that spans more than 100 years and this year will be taking place for the fifty-eighth time.

The extensive programme of supporting events comprises around 70 lectures, seminars, round table discussions, workshops and excursions. High points of the conference will include the SoundLab, specially designed for the BTT and Stage|Set|Scenery, a trainee project on 'sustainability in stage scenery manufacturing', and technology presentations at the Anatomical Theatre.

Stand 80 is where Stage|Set|Scenery will be presenting its concept. Companies who would like to book a stand at Stage|Set|Scenery 2017 can take advantage of mid-season offer of special reduced rates. This offer ends on 17 June 2016, the last day of the event.

(Jim Evans)

 
PLASA Focus Leeds offers topical advice

PLASA Focus Leeds offers topical advice

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

UK - PLASA Focus Leeds (10 -11 May, Royal Armouries) seminars this year offer visitors the chance to attend sessions on a variety of topics and to demo new products from leading brands in the world of entertainment technology.

Highlights include sessions from d&b audiotechnik, MA Lighting console training from Ambersphere Solutions and HOG4 training from High End Systems.

The seminar from d&b audiotechnik's Steve Jones explores how loudspeaker size affects its whole performance including its directivity, the direct to reverberant ratio and what loudspeaker throw actually means.

The three sessions available from Ambersphere Solutions on MA Lighting dot2 compact lighting consoles will provide visitors with an overview of all the features of the new console, including hands-on instruction covering all the basic operational features. High End Systems will also offer training for their latest HOG4 Platform which offers 10 lighting consoles on one platform with state-of-the-art hardware coupled with a tried and tested backbone.

Industry-focussed sessions give visitors advice and insight on topical issues facing the live entertainment technology industry. Tony Lennon, from the media and entertainment union BECTU, offers Tax Essentials for Freelancers including top tips for freelancers - from offsetting business expenses against income, to understanding th

 
 
ISCE confirms dates for ISCEx2017

ISCE confirms dates for ISCEx2017

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

UK - After the success of ISCEx2016, the Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers will return to the picturesque location of Coombe Abbey on March 7-8, 2017 for ISCEx2017.

The Institute certainly raised the bar at ISCEx2016 once again. "It was unquestionably our most successful exhibition yet," said Ros Wigmore, manager, secretariat at the ISCE. "Of our 28 exhibitors, four were first timers - Leisuretec Distribution, Monacor (UK) Ltd, Nexo SA and Yamaha Commercial Audio. And away from the exhibition, I am delighted to say that all the seminars were packed throughout."

Monacor (UK)'s UK field sales manager, Leighton Castle, said, ''The event provided us with a great opportunity to network with industry peers and to reach out to those who may not have been overly familiar with the Monacor brand and service. We very much look forward to ISCEx2017, and to many years exhibiting that follow."

This year's event also proved popular with visitors. Hanieh Motamedian, of Sound Directions, said, "It was a pleasure to spend the day at ISCEx with such an experienced and knowledgeable crowd; it was good to see a variety of exhibitors - ranging from manufacturers to distributors and installers. The quality of the visitors was high and it's a great time to be able to share ideas with like-minded professionals."

Another visitor David Howe, of Audomation Software, wa

 
ASTC - USITT Venue Renovation Challenge 2016

ASTC - USITT Venue Renovation Challenge 2016

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

USA - Three teams presented their projects for the 2016 ASTC-USITT Renovation Challenge on 18 March at the USITT Conference in Salt Lake City. The Renovation Challenge has been designed to engage undergraduate and graduate students in real world theatre renovation problem solving. Students work under the guidance of a faculty advisor and a mentor from the American Society of Theatre Consultants. Each team selected an existing venue, developed a scope of work for improvements and presented their ideas to a live audience and Jury of ASTC members at a USITT Conference Session.

The $750 Honor Award was given to KelseyLiz Habla and Charles Canfield, undergraduate architecture students from University at Buffalo for their adaptive-reuse project in which they proposed to renovate the historic Cyclorama Building in Buffalo, which currently houses an accounting firm, into a new indoor home for the theatre company Shakespeare in Delaware Park. Their Theatre Consultant mentor was Steven Friedlander, ASTC, with faculty advisor Jon Shimon.

The Merit Award was given to Nick Saiki, Adam Crowell, Andrew Diamond, and Jeremy Dominik of the University of Cincinnati - College Conservatory of Music for their comprehensive renovation proposal for the Patricia Corbett Theatre. Their Theatre Consultant mentor was Paul G. Sanow, ASTC, and their faculty advisor was Stirling S. Shelton.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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