Lighting Workshop: January 21 and 28, 2017

Learn to be a Lighting Operator FREE Workshop on our new ETC Nomad system.

Fantastic Opportunity for all LCP volunteer theatre lighting enthusiasts! 

London Community Players has just recently acquired a new computer and lighting software package for use with our mainstage productions. Come and join Lighting Designer Steve Allen for a small group (8-10) session for familiarization, trouble-shooting and as much hands on time as possible with  our new ETC Nomad system.

When: Two possible sessions
Saturday, January 21st or January 28th from 1-3 pm.

Where: Here at the Palace Theatre,
710 Dundas in our mainstage lighting booth.

What’s in it for you? Education, practice of your craft and a chance to meet fellow theatre lighting folks…did I mention it’s FREE!!

What’s in it for us? Expansion of our talented pool of potential folks to operate lights on the Main Stage.

Please note: This is not a lighting design workshop, but we may explore that in the future.

To Register: Please select which date you are interested in and reply to me ASAP via email.
Spots will be given in order of registrations received. Only emails to me will be accepted - no Facebook or texts please.

Please bring:  A pen and a notebook

Please also let me know if you can attend the alternate date if your 1st choice is filled. I will pass this on and will get back to you with a confirmation as soon as I can.

About STEVE ALLEN –  Workshop Coordinator Extraordinaire!
Honours graduate from Sheridan Institute Theatre Arts Technical Production 2007. McManus (Grand Theatre) Technician since 2009. Technical Director Livery Theatre Goderich 2003-2013. Board of Directors Goderich Little Theatre 2009-2013. Technical Director Summerfolk (Owen Sound) 2014- present. Sound design – Rocky Horror 2012 GL and Wait Until Dark 2014 GLT. Lighting design – Wait Until Dark 2014 GLT and Heathers the Musical MTP and Secret Garden LCP 2016.

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