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How to Work with a Lighting Designer
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I sometimes ask friends and colleagues, "Is your job what you do or is it who you are?" Almost every dancer ofwhom I've asked this question has replied with some variation on "I'm a dancer. It…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeffrey E. Salzberg Jan 12, 2011.


For those who knew her, Elizabeth Sawyer, Anthony Tudor's accompanist and biographer, and long-time faculty member at the Purchase College Conservatory of Dance, passed away a couple of weeks ago,

Started Jan 5, 2011

Eisenhower’s ‘Military-Industrial Complex’ Evolution
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Eisenhower, of course would today be dismissed with scorn by many Republicans; he wasn't crazy enough. …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by danceart Dec 12, 2010.


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The 2005 Tony Award. The 2006 Obie. The 2007 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. These are among the many awards that Lighting Designer Jeffrey E. Salzberg has never won. He has, however, designed the lighting for theatre, dance, and puppetry troupes in New York and also in the United States of America. In addition to lighting design and arts administration, Jeff also designs web pages (His work can be seen at He views this upcoming season with great anticipation; after all, next year's Nobel Prizes have not yet been announced.

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At 11:56am on March 5, 2013, dance817 said…

Do you have an ideas on how to create a a one dimensional cage front stage prop for younger age dancers.  The students need to be able to step 'through the bars'.  The unit needs to be on stage (not hung and draped down).--on a basic level something to the idea of a portable 'closet rod unit' but certainly if you have a better option it would be greatly appreciated.  I have tried searching on the internet but have only found an enclosed unit of which I do not want and it is made of pipes (again the dancers need to step through them.  Thank you in advance.


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