Act 3 Scene 2: I chose this lighting because the figure here is very much in the spotlight, but we still cannot see their face and we have no idea who they are. Much like, in this scene, Prior and Harper are talking to each other and almost remember who each other are--but can't.
Dee Dee O'Connor OnStage Washington Columnist The way in which lighting helps tell the story on stage has captivated me from the moment I stepped into the light booth as a light board operator (light op) when I first started volunteering at my community theatre. Night after night as I ran the
Lighting is an essential part of theatre. It can completely change the tone, mood and atmosphere on stage and in this article, we at Gwyn Carless At The Light Yard are going to look at some of the lights use in theatre and the many ways in which lighting is used. When it comes to theatre, lighting is one of the most technical aspects. There are many types of lights which can be used in a variety of ways. As well as this there are coloured gels which can be place in front of the lights (or…
I like how the lights in this photo are so intense that you can see the light in the air because of the particles. They used window gobos which is reinforced because the beams of light look like sunlight.