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Lighting designer Herrick Goldman had a most unusual experience this summer and fall when he signed onto Tinga Tinga Tales—The Musical, a children’s theatre production that opened in Nairobi, Kenya before traveling to The New Victory Theater in New York. The show, written and directed by Claudia Lloyd, is based on a hit animated television series that explores African folklore, with an emphasis on animals.
The designer notes that his New York rig was based on what he had in Nairobi, but featured more familiar brands. Rented from WorldStage, it included 12 Chroma-Q Color Force 100s for cyc lighting.
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