6 posts tagged

theater technology

  

Theatre Professor Tours with Masters of Illusion

October 1, 2012 by | Theatre

Donald Guy, assistant professor of theatre and production manager for the College of Performing Arts, recently served as the lighting designer/lighting director for the Midwest tour of Masters of Illusion – Live! He designed/directed the lighting for performances at Stephens Auditorium in Ames, IA; State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN; Midland Theatre in Kansas

Cirque du Soleil to Return to Chapman

September 6, 2012 by | CoPA News

  Professor Alicia Okouchi-Guy, Department of Dance, and Professor Don Guy, Head of Entertainment Technology, will once again bring Cirque du Soleil to Chapman University. The second annual Cirque du Soleil Entertainment and Technology Symposium will be Friday, October 12 – Sunday, October 14, 2012. The symposium will offer a variety of master classes for

Professor Don Guy Designing for International Magic Acts

August 21, 2012 by | CoPA News

Donald Guy, assistant professor of theatre, recently served as the lighting designer/director for Masters of Illusion – Live! He designed to sold-out performances at the the MAX Pavilion Expo in Singapore and the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Manila, Philippines. The production featured a cast of award-winning magicians including Joaquin Ayala and Tanya,

Theatre Alumna Interns at Disney World

July 25, 2012 by | CoPA News

Theatre alumna Maisie Chan (’12) has landed an internship at Disney World in Orlando, FL.  She says “life at Disney World is very humid, but I’m really enjoying it. I’m really liking everyone who works here and the internship. They have given me the job of being the main Production Assistant for Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival

Cirque du Soleil Captivates, Educates During Campus Symposium

October 5, 2011 by | Theatre

Dance major Chloe Albin ’15 from Seattle couldn’t resist playing the ham next to a dancing manikin decked out in a stretch zebra suit and dramatic black-and-white theatrical makeup. Albin mimicked the manikin’s arching, cat-like pose and burst into laughter. Friends joined her and they all did it again. Then they laughed some more.

Log In
Open Main Menu