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balanced light April 29, 2019 a ldi redden award winner for theatrical lighting and two-time henry hewes nominee, goldman has applied his balanced design philosophy to a diverse and celebrated body of work that includes plays on and off broadway, world and national theatrical tours, film projects like “the amazing spider-man 2,” “noah,” and jodi foster’s “money monster,” tina fey and amy poehler’s “sisters,” television programs, notable commercials and a long list of corporate events for clients like toyota, cisco, rolex and twitter. in 2018 he launched “evoke collaborative,” a joint venture with other designers, where his title was fittingly “photon manipulator.”
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herrick goldman of the award-winning firm hg lighting design joins forces with a team of designers to create evoke collaborative november 26, 2018 “at evoke, we tell stories and exist to help others tell theirs.” comments herrick goldman, founder and principal designer. “evoke collaborative provides our clients and fellow artists with the technical knowledge, creativity, and industry resources necessary to fashion world class experiences.
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herrick goldman reflects magic of tinga tinga tales with help from chauvet professional 15 november 2018 why do chameleons change colors? technically it has something to do with things called nanocrystals in their cell structure. but a more wondrous and soul-stirring explanation can be found in one of the many african fables that come vividly to life in tinga tinga tales -- the musical.
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winners! laughs, tears, more highlight 2018 salt awards ceremony november 14, 2018 brighter, faster, classier but still as upbeat and raucous as ever. this year’s syracuse new times syracuse area live theater (salt) awards roared into the new austin and allyn auditorium of the redhouse arts center on salina street.
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herrick goldman explores elation zcl™, artiste™ on “mamma mia” november 13, 2018 leading theatre lighting designer herrick goldman recently lit a cape rep theatre production of the hit musical “mamma mia” and discovered elation’s zcl 360 bar™ moving effect luminaire as a beneficial multi-use lighting tool for theatre, along with the dedicated led theatrical spot the artiste davinci™.
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evoke makes second annual pledge-a-service donation november 9, 2018 nyc – lighting designer herrick goldman, principal of evoke collaborative recently presented the behind the scenes charity with a $1,000 donation representing a portion of the firm’s design fees over the last year. hg lighting design was the first company to pledge a service, rather than a product, to behind the scenes and this donation marked hgld’s second annual check presentation.
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artiste davinci™ over the rainbow on syracuse stage’s “the wizard of oz” january 14, 2018 lighting designer herrick goldman used elation professional’s artiste davinci™ led moving head spot for color and visual effects on a syracuse stage production of “the wizard of oz” and praised the award-winning luminaire as a flexible workhorse that performed a number of duties throughout the show. “the davinci took so much of the work load i could have saved the time and energy of hanging 25% of the light plot!” the ld exclaimed.
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live design feature: herrick goldman, evoke collaborative july, 2017 lighting designer and philanthropist herrick goldman, principal of hg lighting design, is now behind the scenes’ first pledge-a-service partner. as such, he makes history as the first designer to promise an ongoing pledge of a portion of design fee profits to the charity, which provides financial support to entertainment technology industry professionals who are seriously ill or injured, or to their surviving family members.
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new york times review: a family’s songs of love and loss feb. 7, 2012 the sound of the ocean lapping at the shore recurs throughout elizabeth lucas’s gently luminous staging of adam guettel’s “myths and hymns,” being presented at the west end theater at the church of st. paul and st. andrew. the haunting murmur of waves tugging at the sand reflects the unquiet mind of the central character in ms. lucas’s dramatization of mr. guettel’s song cycle, an elderly woman who has lost the power of speech but is caught in the grip of past sorrows.
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new york times review: humor needs no words in a demented world april 23, 2010 somebody is missing out on a heckuva marketing gimmick by not pairing “the irish curse,” a play about the trials and tribulations of men with small penises, with “666,” the appallingly entertaining production now at the minetta lane theater. if the guys in “the irish curse,” which is in the midst of a run at the soho playhouse, are inadequate in the penile department, the fellows in the riotous, ribald final scene of “666” really, really, really, really aren’t. to paint any clearer a picture than that would risk arrest on an obscenity charge.
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