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April 2017

Million Dollar Quartet

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Broadway Media Distribution is excited to announce new scenic projection content for “Million Dollar Quartet”, exclusively represented by Theatrical Rights Worldwide. The show tells the story of a fateful December night in 1956, focusing on a pivotal moment in American music when Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley came together to perform in a jam session for the history books. This…

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Read and Review Those Contracts!

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One of my most important tasks at BMD is to draw up proposals and agreement contracts to be signed and reviewed by clients as they make the decision to rent BMD content and hardware through Adoline AV. I know they might seem daunting at first glance, but our contracts are actually fairly short and simply worded. In fact, a large amount of the proposals are…

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My Experience With Theatre Technology

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         Thinking back to my earliest days of being involved in theater I remember thinking how amazing it was that the kid playing the lead role in my elementary school’s production of Wagon’s Wheels West got to wear a wireless microphone. To me, that was the coolest thing in the world because that was the first time I had seen a wireless…

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Behind the Lens: ImageCue Ease of Use

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Chance here, with another extended version of our tech blog series “Behind the Lens!” Today we’re going to talk about integrating projections into your production, and why it is so much easier to do so with ImageCue than some of the other options on the market. This will be especially beneficial to lighting designers and stage managers. Integration of Cues- The first thing that is so nice,…

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Behind The Lens: Tech Tips from USITT

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Chance here, with a very special edition of “Behind the Lens!” I recently got back from the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) conference in St. Louis, and had the opportunity to learn a lot about projections and how the various disciplines in theater approach working with them. Lighting Designers/Makeup – Keeping Faces Lit: One of them most common issues when dealing with projections is managing…

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