Five Levels, Six Performance Spaces, One State-of-the-Art Theatrical Center

We recently had the privilege of installing the theatrical lighting, rigging, and curtains for Phillips Exeter Academy’s new, state-of-the-art Goel Center for Theater and Dance. Comprised of five levels and over 63,000 square feet, this performing arts center—designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects and specified by Martin Vinik Planning for the Arts—features a multitude of innovative theater, performance, and rehearsal spaces.

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Ringing in the New Year with a SPLASH!

There’s nothing quite like winter in New England. And there’s nothing quite like lighting an outdoor event in winter in New England. Especially…in the center of one of Boston’s busiest public walkways. From noon to midnight. On New Year’s Eve. When weather conditions can range from polar vortex to monsoon and temperatures plunge further once the sun goes down. But at Port Lighting, we love a challenge, and we know just how to handle every one of these…

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Four Events, Four Nights, 250 Mayors

At Port Lighting, we love a challenge. When Michael P. Wasserman, Inc. hired us to both light and provide technical direction for the evening events for the 86th Annual Meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors hosted by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh June 8-11, 2018, we knew we were signing on to tackle creative, logistical, and technical challenges—and we loved every minute of it.

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