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Monday, October 31, 2016

In a new light

Some keen-eyed fans on social media have noted that the various designs projected upon the Art Deco-esque beveled edge stage backdrop have not been seen at recent ARW gigs, and that's because a change to the production has been made. As of ARW's two-night stand at Glenside's Keswick Theatre, Eric Cathcart of Bigtime Lightning Design has replaced Jonathan Smeeton as Lighting Director, and the result appears to be a cleaner look overall for the shows, though just as colorful.

A photo posted by Eric Cathcart (@bigtimeld) on

Here's an example of comparison in terms of the differences in the lighting using one of my favorites of the setlist - "Rhythm of Love" - first from Hollywood, Florida, then from Huntington, New York.