- For Brave Williams Event Design class, students were tasked with creating a tableau for a play or event. They could only use props, equipment and scenic items that were available in the Gracie Theatre, and had only three hours to set up the scene and take it down. They chose to do Our Town. The project may appear simple and easy but there proved to be some interesting design challenges. Great job, it looks super!
Lion In Winter
Lion In Winter
- EP instructor Brave Williams assisting with scenic painting for Husson University Theatre fall production of The Lion in Winter.
- EP and Live Sound Students with Molly Ringwald at the Gracie Theatre.
- The MOLLY RINGWALD QUARTET performed at the Gracie on Nov. 23, and the NESCom EP and Live Sound students brought in a great show. The artists were really pleased by the crews' abilities and professionalism. Congrats to all!
- EP Students work yet another show at the Gracie Theatre. C&W artist TYLAR FARR played to a packed house of Husson and NESCom students. EP provided the lighting (Patrick Dube, Alan Wardwell and Brice Campbell) stage management (Kristen Atwood, Andrea Kaplan and Angela Seligman - pictured with the Band) and scenic elements (all students listed above plus Joey Morrissette). The concert was produced by Husson's Student Activities, with audio superbly provided by the NESCom Live Sound Program.
- CHRISTINE WHITE, one of our first EP grads... hard at work for Carnival Cruise Lines aboard the PRIDE
- NESCom bands together to celebrate Halloween with the 4th Annual live Radio Broadcast of...
TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION BY EDGAR ALLAN POE. The Entertainment Production program, alongside WHSN-FM and the Live Sound Program went live on the air last night with 2 stories - THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH and THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM. The show was staged in the 1940's style of live radio, with live sound effects and piano accompaniment. The shoiw was performed before a live audience and and was broadcast live of WHSN-FM. A streaming version may be found on NESCom's Website
This new degree program is designed to educate students for career opportunities that exist in the many fields of the entertainment industry. The curriculum focuses on professional design, technology and management skills that are needed "behind the scenes", rather than on performance.
Core disciplines associated with theatre and the performing arts are employed by many other communications industries throughout the world. As an example, design and construction techniques used in theatre are employed in everything from trade shows to shopping malls, fashion shows, exhibits and even political rallies.
A variety of entertainment venues require professionals who can design and operate today’s entertainment technologies, as well as manage events and performance facilities. Entertainment Production is a hands-on, industry-wide training program for this exciting and creative field.