Robert Shook Receives Ohio University Medal of Merit image
Ohio University bestowed the Medal of Merit on Robert Shook, ASTC, FIALD, at the Alumni Association Gala October 9th. Bob and two other alumni received the Medal of Merit for significant contributions to their fields of work and study. The medal recognizes Bob’s achievements as an award-winning professiona... >>>
Schuler Shook's Chicago Volunteers Spruce Up Chicago Playlot image
Volunteers from the Chicago office of Schuler Shook spent part of a recent warm, sunny day to help spruce up the Cummings Playlot near Lincoln Park Zoo. >>>
John Jacobsen Lights “Scotland Road” With BoHo Theatre image
John Jacobsen’s latest lighting for the stage can be seen in BoHo Theatre’s production of “Scotland Road.” Read on to see what the critics are saying… >>>
Schuler Shook Partners with Perkins+Will on a Community Project image
Schuler Shook's Minneapolis office teamed with a group of designers donating services to create a new home for The Center for Victims of Torture.  Lighting designer Leigh Gice ensured that TCVT's new office was bright and lively.   >>>
Paul Whitaker Nominated for a Connecticut Critics Circle Lighting Design Award for Yale Repertory Theatre’s Production of
Paul Whitaker, Senior Lighting Designer & Senior Theatre Planner, was nominated for a Connecticut Critics Circle award for his lighting design for Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of These Paper Bullets! an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, adapted by Rolin Jones with music by Bill... >>>
Schuler Shook Lighting Intern Wins Howard Brandston Student Lighting Design Competition image
Owen Dalton, lighting summer intern at Schuler Shook, teamed with good friend and fellow lighting student Malcolm Murray to create the winning lighting design in the 2014 Howard Brandston Student Lighting Design competition. >>>
Kevin Greene Lights “The Tempest” at Eckerd College image
Kevin Greene returned to Eckerd College this season to light a production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.”  Based in Schuler Shook’s Chicago office, Kevin jumped at the chance to light a show in Florida in March! >>>
Lisa Bernacchi Shares Theatre Know-how, Lights CTWS Productions image
Lisa Bernacchi has been busy helping children explore the theatre arts with her work as a master electrician at the Children’s Theatre of Western Springs in Western Springs, Ill. Lisa was the master electrician for two recent productions at CTWS. >>>
Christopher Sprague’s Lighting Keeps Dance Moving image
Christopher Sprague continues to play an active role in the performing arts, when he is not busy being a theatre planner. He recently designed the lighting for several dance pieces performed at Ohio Northern University. >>>
Mark Glochowsky Appointed to ICPAS Ethics Committee image
Mark Glochowsky, Controller/Accounting Manager with Schuler Shook, has accepted the appointment to serve on the Ethics Committee of the Illinois CPA Society. He also continues to serve on the CPA Endowment Fund of Illinois Scholarship Committee. >>>
Todd Hensley Lights Up IU Opera image
Todd Hensley recently designed the production lighting for the world premiere of The Tale of Lady Thị Kính, produced by the noted Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. >>>
Mark Hale Featured in Citrix Success Story image
Mark Hale, Schuler Shook’s IT Operations Manager, is featured in a Citrix Success Story. Mark supports Schuler Shook’s designers wherever our projects take us. >>>
Schuler Shook’s Dallas office helps at the North Texas Food Bank image
The Dallas office of Schuler Shook recently spent the day at the North Texas Food Bank distribution center.  The volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies that try to meet the nutritional needs of children, families and seniors. On ... >>>
Kim Corbett Receives PLASA’s Frank Stewart Award as Part of RWG Task Group image
Kim Corbett, along with eight other PLASA task group members, received PLASA’s 2012 Frank Stewart Volunteer of the Year Award. The honor was bestowed for their work finalizing a specific technical standard for the entertainment industries. >>>
Schuler Shook Community Service Day Supports Ronald McDonald House image
This winter, Schuler Shook’s Chicago office volunteered at the new Ronald McDonald House in downtown Chicago, planning and preparing a home-cooked meal for the 86 families staying at the house. >>>
Robert McVay Enjoys a Busy Theatre Production Lighting Schedule image
 After a successful New York run at La Mama of the Project X production of "Diamond Dick: The Tulsa Race Riots of 1921", Robert McVay continues to light theatre productions in Dallas with his next project being "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo". >>>
Jack Hagler Receives Distinguished Alumnus Honor from Texas Tech image
Jack Hagler was recently honored as a Distinguished Alumnus of Texas Tech University’s Department of Theatre and Dance. >>>
Schuler Shook's Designers Give Back, Volunteer at North Texas Food Bank image
Schuler Shook's designers in Dallas recently completed the 3rd annual giving back to the community effort. With project consultant Kim Corbett coordinating, the group elected to give a day of service at the North Texas Food Bank and had a fun time doing it! >>>
Schuler Shook Consultant Keeps Lighting the Stage image
Paul Whitaker, LEED AP, Theatre Consultant with Schuler Shook's Minneapolis office, has been busy lighting for the stage.   >>>
Schuler Shook Designer Travels to Tbilisi, Georgia, to Teach Lighting Design image
Schuler Shook Designer travels to Tbilisi, Georgia, to teach lighting design >>>
Todd Hensley Designing Production Lighting image
Todd Hensley occasionally can be found designing lighting for opera and theatre productions across the country. Todd notes, "I love to design production lighting, and I love to spend time in lots of different performance venues. >>>
Giulio Pedota Becomes a United States Citizen image
 Giulio Pedota recently became a United States citizen. Giulio is of Italian descent, but grew up in Venezuela. After 11 years of enduring the I.N.S. process, Giulio was sworn in as a citizen on September 10, 2003. Congratulations, Giulio! We are proud of you... >>>
Armenia Relief Mission image
Jim Baney traveled to Armenia with a team from Armenia Relief Mission. >>>
Lighting Designer, Michael Cohen, Also a Busy Artist in the Minneapolis Scene image
Lighting designer, Michael Cohen, is also a busy artist in the Minneapolis scene. One of his public works was commissioned by the University of Minnesota on Wednesday, February 25th. >>>
Schuler Shook's Christopher Sprague Speaks to Theatre Students About David H. Koch Theater Renovation image
In just 18 months, the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center was renovated to bring the latest technology to the 40-year-old building, thanks in part to Christopher Sprague, Theatre Consultant in Schuler Shook's Chicago office. >>>
Kimberly Corbett Receives Column Award for Best Scenic Design image
When she is not working ON theatres, Kimberly Corbett is keeping busy IN theatre.   >>>
Joshua Grossman Builds Ark image
Joshua Grossman was part of a team that built an interactive art exhibit for The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. Joshua's piece was one of twelve structures selected for an exhibit titled, "InTREEguing Treehouses." >>>