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Master Class with Itai Erdal Mar 6, 2013

by Monique

 

Experience an in-depth look into the unique artistic process of renowned lighting designer Itai Erdal.

Visiting Seattle with How to Disappear Completely, Erdal will give a master class on the mainstage including a live demonstration and discussion of his lighting techniques. The class is geared towards directors, choreographers, designers and theater lovers interested in how light can transform space, time, story and perspective. This class is open to all. 

Saturday, March 23 @ 12pm | $12 ($7 with ticket stub)
RSVP: sean@ontheboards.org

"Lighting designer Itai Erdal does more with light and fog than most designers do with an entire set; indeed, his evocative and magical lighting will undoubtedly be one of the aspects of this production that lives on in the audience's memories." John Threlfall, Monday Magazine

An award winning lighting designer and photographer, who also works as a set designer, writer and actor, Itai Erdal is the founder of The Elbow Theatre Society. The Vancouver-based designer has garnered critical acclaim, working on productions in North America, Europe, and Israel. He has designed over 180 shows for theatre and dance companies in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Tel Aviv, Berlin, London and New York. Itai has won the Sam Paine award for most promising newcomer in '03, the ADC's Jack King award in '05, a Dora Mavor Moore award in '07, the best design award in the Dublin Fringe Festival in '08, Jessie Richardson awards in 2009 & 2011 and Victoria’s Spotlight Choice award in 2012.

 

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