Everybody Black | Production Electrician

Actors Theatre of Louisville | Louisville, KY | Humana Festival of New American Plays | 2019 Written by David HarrisDirected by Awoye Timpo | Lighting by Reza Behjat | Scenery by Kristen Robinson | Sound by Christian Frederickson | Costumes by Oana Boatez | Media by Philip Allegier

Photo by Jason Weber

Everybody Black - price out.pdf
Show price out based on the needs of the design and what additional equipment needs to be purchased or rented. Pricing out the design is a back and forth process between the production electrician and the lighting designer to insure that the projects stays in budget, but also fulfills the needs of the design.
Everybody Black - led budget.pdf
For more complicated projects within the show, such as large quantities of LED tape, a separate more detailed price out will be done to see if the specific project is feasible based on budget constraints.
FY2019 - Humana Budget Sharing purchases.pdf
FY2019 - Humana Budget Sharing 1.26.19.pdf
For shows that happen during the Humana festival of new American Plays budgeting is more complicated and involves the considering of the 4 other shows. This paperwork documents both the rental needs as well as the use of house owned equipment to help to track the budget of each show as well as the overall total festival budget..
Everybody Black - stock check.pdf
Stock check paperwork checks the availability of in house equipment and perishable items to help asses what needs to be rented or purchased for a given show, which will inform the overall budget. and feasibility.
Everybody Black - LED Tape prep.pdf
Prep paperwork for LED tape details all the pieces of LED tape in the show, it's length, type and what type of wire should be soldered onto it. Prep paperwork allows for elements of a show to be gathered and prepared before the load-in period begins. This allows for a more organized and efficient load-in with less unwanted surprises.
EB 3-21-2019 v2020 plot.pdf
EB 3-21-2019 deck plot.pdf
Lighting plots are submitted by the lighting designer to the production electrician. From there the production electrician cleans up, clarifies, and adjusts the drawing to fit the drafting stands of the department, The above Lighting Grid Plan left, and Lighting Deck Plan right, are how the lighting designer and production electrician communicate the placement of all of the lighting equipment to the lighting technicians that load in the show.
Everybody Black - schedule.pdf
The load in and changeover plan is a detailed schedule that takes into consideration not only the needs of the lighting department, but also the needs and schedules of other departments as well as the labor needs of other projects.
US booms and movers.pdf
Photo by Jonathan Roberts
Tail down drawing.pdf
Photo by Jonathan Roberts
Photo by Jonathan Roberts
EB LED load in.pdf
Photo by Jonathan Roberts
Countdown clock.pdf
Photo by Jason Weber
Drawings created by production electrician to pull out and simplify important information about the lighting load-in process and given to the lighting technicians. These drawings will guide each technician in the proper way to install all electrical element up to the standard of the department. Each drawing is accompanied by a production photo of the elements in the install drawing.
Everybody Black - mult.pdf
Everybody Black - dmx.pdf
Load-in paperwork for installing power and communication cables.
Everybody Black - Board Operator Checklist PB.pdf
Paperwork provided to the lighting technician running and maintaining the show during the performance. This ensures that all equipment will work properly and that the show will look like what the designer intended.