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Lighting Faculty

  • Miles Dudgeon

    Miles Dudgeon has been involved with professional live entertainment production since his early teens. Having worked on shows covering the gamut from "theatre in a barn" to Broadway, he also spent several years programming web sites and video games for Fortune 500 companies.

  • Paul Rabinovitz

    Paul RabinovitzPaul Rabinovitz is Vice President of Ballantyne Strong's lighting group. He has been involved in high intensity lighting for over 15 years and entertainment lighting for over 30 years. Paul graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in Broadcasting and has been active with ESTA (now PLASA) for many years. Before joining Ballantyne Strong he worked in Hollywood at Xenotech and before that was Vice President of Teatronics.

     

  • Peter M. Borchetta

    Pete BorchettaPete Borchetta has an extensive list of credentials in the theatrical field. He has designed a considerable number of productions, industrials, and facilities all over the world. Designing for and with such greats as Carmine DeLavallade, Geoffery Holder, Gregory Hines, Vanessa Redgrave, Gelsey Kirkland, and Max Roach to name a few.

  • Rich Dale

    Rich Dale - ApolloRich Dale is a sales rep with Altman Lighting. He was the Lighting Design Representative at Apollo Design Technology, providing creative, technical, and product training assistance on Apollo products to lighting professionals and students within the entertainment and academic arenas. Mr. Dale spent twelve years at Walt Disney World Company where he held various positions, including lighting designer, lighting director, lighting crew chief, production manager, and project manager within its numerous resorts and the cruise line.

  • Richard Pilbrow

    thumb PilbrowRichard is a pioneer of modern stage lighting in Britain and his work has been seen in London, New York, Paris, Berlin, Vienna and Moscow. He was the first British lighting designer to design the lighting for a Broadway musical, Zorba. He was the lighting designer of the Hal Prince hit revival of Show Boat on Broadway (Drama Desk Award, Outer Circle Critics Award-lighting), in Toronto (Dora Award - Outstanding Lighting) and on tour throughout the US (NAACP Award for Lighting).

    In 2016 Richard lit the 60th Anniversary production of My Fair Lady, directed by Dame Julie Andrews, at the Sydney Opera House. Richard Pilbrow also lit the Cy Coleman musical The Life, for which he received a Tony Award nomination. He was lighting designer for Our Town with Paul Newman at the Westport Playhouse, on Broadway and for a hi-definition video for PBS. In 2006 Richard was lighting designer (with Dawn Chiang) on the USA National tour of The Boy Friend for Goodspeed Summer Musicals, for which he also lit Where’s Charley? and Very Good Eddie.

  • Scott C. Parker - Producer

    Scott C. ParkerScott C. Parker: has been a freelance lighting designer for over 30 years and is currently the Director of Event Lighting for IMS Technology Services. Scott produces the annual Stage Lighting Super Saturday workshop in New York City, co-founded with the infamous Sonny Sonnenfeld in 2005. Scott served as Chair for the USITT NY Area Section and is active at the annual USITT national conferences. Rutgers, Temple, Columbus State, Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, Pace, City Tech, City College, Edward R. Murrow School, and Berkeley Carroll School have all enjoyed, or put up with, his teaching.

  • Scott C. Parker - Producer

    Scott C. ParkerScott C. Parker: has been a freelance lighting designer for over 30 years and is currently the Director of Event Lighting for IMS Technology Services. Scott produces the annual Stage Lighting Super Saturday workshop in New York City, co-founded with the infamous Sonny Sonnenfeld in 2005. Scott served as Chair for the USITT NY Area Section and is active at the annual USITT national conferences. Rutgers, Temple, Columbus State, Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, Pace, City Tech, City College, Edward R. Murrow School, and Berkeley Carroll School have all enjoyed, or put up with, his teaching.

  • Sean Dane

    Sean Dane discovered how easy wireless dimming can be while working at Kansas City Repertory Theatre as the Props Foreman. Today, Sean is Sales Director and Application Specialist for RC4 Wireless. At the Rep, he specialized in small electronics, carpentry, metal work, computer graphics and period-specific properties acquisition. Outside of his duties at the KC Rep Sean oversaw graduate design students from the University of Missouri Kansas City while doing their GTA in props.

  • Stacey Boggs

    Stacey Boggs

    Stacey Boggs is a New York based Lighting Designer. She is currently the Lighting Supervisor for the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. She has also worked as a Lighting Supervisor for The Wooster Group and as the Technical and Lighting Director for Ailey II. She has designed for choreographers Bill T. Jones, Troy Powell, Robert Moses, Christopher Wheeldon, Carlos Dos Santos, Chang Yong Sung, and Stephane Boko.

  • Steve Short

    Steve is a principal of Lite-Trol Service, has also been in the Lighting Control Field Service business since forever and has been an employee of Lite-Trol Service since 1977. Learning the Lighting Control Field Service trade from the ground up. Lite-Trol Service has provided factory and non-factory Field Services for ETC, Genlyte (now the parent company of Strand Lighting), Leviton-NSI-Macro-Colortran, Lithonia, Skirpan, Gallagher, Ward Leonard, Stage-Brite, Lutron, Luxtrol and many more since 1959. Steve has served as Lite-Trols' Service Manager since 1986.

  • Thomas M. Casazza

    Tom CasazzaThomas M. Casazza is the Northeast Regional Sales Manager for Altman Lighting, Inc.  With Altman since May, 2010, Tom manages dealer and commercial sales within the Northeastern US  from Delaware to Maine and extending into the eastern provinces of Canada. He is an active member of the NY Chapter of the IES and serves on the organizational committee for its annual LUMEN Awards gala.

  • Vickie Scott

    Vickie ScottVickie J. Scott has created lighting and scenic designs for dance, theater and themed entertainment throughout the US and abroad. Recent work includes: SARAYA NIGHTS in Aqaba, Jordan; XAYRON: THE LEGEND in Budapest, Hungary; and FLORALAND a theme park in Chengdu, China; and six years as the Resident Lighting Designer for the Ojai Playwrights Conference in beautiful Ojai, California.