Dx Master Talk Series: Making A Scene Design For Theatre

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Join us on Monday, May 9, for Making a Scene: Design for Theatre, a behind-the-scenes tell-all with international theatre design gurus Michael Levine, Alexander MacSween, Daniel Brooks, and Michael Walton. Sarah Stanley, Associate Artistic Director of English Theatre at Canada's National Arts Centre, moderates a talk that shines a spotlight on set design and live theatre production.

Michael Levine has worked internationally as a set and costume designer for the past 30 years. His designs have been seen on dozens of international stages including La Scala Milan, The Paris Opera, and the National Ballet of Canada.

Alexander MacSween is a musician-composer who has worked with Marie Brassard, Fran├žois Girard, and Robert Lepage. His work is characterised by the use of music to shape space and time and by an interest in how sound functions in the fusion of design elements.

Daniel Brooks is an associate teaching artist at Soulpepper Theatre and has written and directed many productions including Insomnia and The Eco Show.

Michael Walton, based in Stratford, Ontario, is a lighting designer and special effects maestro who works extensively across Canada and the U.S. to illuminate productions.

The DXMasterTalk series invites renowned creative leaders from all disciplines to speak about their work, collaborations, creative processes, and inspirations. This is an opportunity for the design community, design-savvy public, culture seekers and students to learn about how these individuals became the masters of their crafts and beyond.

DX Members: $10 + tax
Students / Seniors: $17 + tax
General Admission: $20 + tax

Doors open at 6:30PM.

More info available at DX.ORG + stay tuned for more DXMasterTalks to be announced!
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