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As Good a Time As Any

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International LD Hartley T.A. Kemp turned to the versatile color changing of Philips Selecon's LED range of luminaires for the world premiere of Peter Gill's new play As Good a Time As Any. "The PLprofile1 worked very well as crosslight and as low front fill. I find if you have a few LED profiles in a conventional rig these are great positions to use them in and their versatility in terms of color can make a real difference. This was the first time I had used the PLcyc1 and the units performed very well, giving great color tones on the painting in the scene changes as well as good warm and cool white during the choruses."

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Smith Auditorium

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In many educational theater environments, students are often confronted with the challenges of learning their craft on outdated equipment. But every so often, a school district gets the opportunity to create a performance space filled with all the latest technologies available. At Denison High School, the newly created Smith Auditorium is one such case as Batts AVL was given the chance to install a completely new lighting system filled with a complete lighting and controls system from Philips Strand Lighting that included the NEO lighting console, R21 Raceways, an A21 Dimming Cabinet, plus all the PL Series LED luminaires.

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Joan Manuel Serrat

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For the Argentinian tour of Joan Manuel Serrat, lighting designer Oscar Gallardo utilized 16 Strand Lighting Lekos and 18 Vari-Lite VL3000 Spot luminaires all provided by Deligio Producciones.

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Strand Lighting Tech Re-certification Training

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At a recent Strand Lighting Re-certification training, Technical Trainer Maggie Bailey had a full class with an estimated combined industry experience of over 200 years with the most senior technician having worked with Strand equipment since 1969.

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National Military Museum

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Amsterdam-based agency Rapenburg Plaza was in charge of the lighting design for the National Military Museum choosing 42 PLcyc1, 12 PLprofile1 and 269 PLfresnel1 LED luminaires for key lighting in six of the museum's themed halls. "The concept for the space is that each of the halls are interactive and follow a storyline," said lighting designer and Rapenburg Plaza partner Pelle Herfst. "We selected the Selecon fixtures as excellent tools to achieve this. The DMX-controlled color changing possibilities meant we were able to create a wide range of ambiences for the different thematic spaces."

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