Lighting for Small Stages
Professional lighting designer Cheryl Williams explores strategies for lighting design and placement specific to small spaces or awkward playing spaces in this informative webinar. Participants will come away with a better understanding of the challenges of small space lighting and ideas for lighting designs which successfully tell a story and support the script even with the challenges of small spaces. This engaging presenter will share tips you can use right away illustrated by images from her own work. Come away inspired and prepared to meet your small space challenges.
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- Understand techniques for placement of lighting fixtures to light a small stage or awkward playing space.
- Identify ways to light actors and eliminate shadows when equipment or space is limited.
- Explore basic design principles applied in small spaces to tell a story with light that supports the script.
Cheryl J. Williams is the founder of CJ Williams Consultant. Cheryl has been a professor of theatre for over 25 years, having taught a wide range of theatre courses, at various universities to include: Morgan State; University of Maryland, College Park and Baltimore County; Old Dominion University, Virginia Union University and the University of Ghana (West Africa). She also teaches the Metaphysical Interpretation of the Bible and World Religion for the Johnnie Colemon Theological Seminary. In addition to teaching Cheryl’s professional work includes teaching artist, director, lighting & sound designer, production/stage manager, workshop leader, motivational speaker, and videographer.
For further information please visit her website: Cjwilliamsconsultant.com