You’ve learned the basics of
Eos Augment3d. But do you have what it takes to apply your knowledge to a real production?
Welcome to The Hamilton Programming Project, a collection of exercises that use actual touring paperwork from the Broadway musical Hamilton to help you practice in Eos Augment3d – and learn how Broadway tours operate!
You will be playing the roles of Associate, Assistant, and Programmer as you finish prep on the provided show file. This will involve getting ready for focus, preparing conventional and moving light gobo loads, focusing fixtures, and, finally, checking your work with real cues from the
show – all with Eos Augment3d as your virtual venue.
The Project Guide will help you through some of the basic tasks, but it is not designed to be fully instructional. This project mimics professional‐level operations, so it is up to you to figure out how to complete it with accuracy and speed! You can make magic sheets, record new snapshots,
merge in your favorite macros – the file is yours to grow. With Howell Binkley’s Tony Award®‐winning lighting rig at your fingertips, what programming or design ideas will you come up with?
Hamilton Lighting and Project Credits
Howell Binkley - Lighting Designer
David Korins - Scenic Designer
Ryan O’Gara - Associate Lighting Designer
Rod Lemmond - Associate Scenic Designer
Amanda Zieve, Naftali Wayne - Assistant Lighting Designers
David Arch - Lighting Programmer
James J. Fedigan, Randall Zaibek - Production Electricians
Christopher Robinson, Sandy Paradise - New York Company
Steven J. Deidel, Trevor Maynard, Max Marquez - Angelica Company
Jeff “Swing” Holtz, Rachel Juozapatis - Eliza Company
Edgar Vanegas, Anne Roche - Los Angeles Company
Joe Bradford, Sean Hamilton - Advance Team
Full Production Credits :
Special thanks for this project go to Rod Lemmond for providing
the 3D set model used in this project, to Naftali Wayne and Joel Britt for
Vectorworks assistance, and to David Arch for providing the Eos show files and
other project materials.
Watch a round-table discussion with the Hamilton lighting team.