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With You Every Step of the Way!

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Hi folks, Pat the Account Manager here again! I wanted to reach out and break down everything that goes on behind the scenes here at BMD to ensure that you have a great production when you work with us. I might have mentioned this before but I’ll say it again, we’re not just sending you a product and leaving you to figure it all out…

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Scenic Projections. What? Why?

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Hello everyone! It’s your friendly neighborhood account manager Pat coming at you with  another blog for your reading pleasure. Today I wanted to take some time to talk about the product that we create here at BMD and address the questions that everyone I speak to (my Mom) ask about our company: what are scenic projections and why would you need to use them? Good…

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Behind the Lens: Editing the Content

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Hello everyone! Chance here with another edition of BMD’s tech blog series “Behind the Lens!”Recently there has been an influx of clients who don’t seem to understand what goes into making changes to the content. While there are some things you can do to make small tweaks here and there, it is ultimately limited by the playback device. First things first: Source changes are NOT…

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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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Bringing Scenic Projection to Small Theatres – Break a Leg, Almont Community Schools!

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Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with a new client about his experience moving forward with projections for the very first time. John Miles is the theatre director at Almont Community Schools, a small school district in southeast Michigan comprised of just 4 schools, educating around 1,500 students in total. The high school, which will be producing Beauty and the Beast this May, has…

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Reducing the Footprint of The Theatre Industry

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Every single day, somewhere in the world, there is a theatre company building a set; combining screws, wood, paint and other miscellaneous materials used. But every run must come to an end, and with the final production, inevitably comes a tear down. All of those materials are dismantled, leaving some pieces and scraps to be reused in future productions, and the rest to be thrown…

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Scenic Projections: The Future of Theatre

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Hello again! As a BMD account manager, I want to take some time and discuss the future of theatre and the role that scenic projections play. I recently spoke with a client who has been the creative director for a theatre company in California for 26 years. As the creative head of his organization, he has been able to direct both his daughter and granddaughter…

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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

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Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2nd in 1904. Though popularly known by his pen name “Dr. Seuss” for writing children’s books, he was also known as a cartoonist, animator, and a publisher. Dr. Seuss wrote and published countless bestsellers, including “Cat in The Hat” and “Green Eggs and Ham”, amongst others which are still read to children all across America. Dr. Seuss was…

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