AUBURN – Lewiston-Auburn Community Little Theatre will present workshops on lighting and sound on Saturday, March 25, at the Great Falls Performing Arts Center, Academy Street.

Richard Martin will conduct the morning session from 8 a.m. to noon on light design and techniques as well as light board programming and operations.

Martin is vice president of production and chairman of lighting for the theater’s production board and has worked as lighting designer for many years. He has also directed several musicals at CLT and Lewiston High School. He is the program director/events manager at Franco-American Heritage Center in Lewiston.

The workshop on sound will be conducted from 1 to 5 p.m. by Scott Powers. The session will touch upon sound design, sound board operation and trouble shooting.

Powers is chairman of sound design for the theater’s production board and has worked as sound designer for many years.

Powers has also been active onstage, performing in several plays – comedy, drama and musicals, as well as playing in the pit orchestra. He is also a skilled photographer as can be seen by his lobby photos at the theater.

Registration is free for theater members. The workshops are open to the public (16 years or older) who would like to become involved in the technical production of theater.

There is a fee of $5 a session for nonmembers. The fees will be applied toward the annual $10 membership fee.

Future workshops on other aspects of production will be offered in the coming months, such as props, stage managing, producing, publicity, make-up, set building and costuming.

A lunch will be provided at noon for those who attend both workshops. The theater invites the public to participate in any or all of the workshops offered. To register, call the box office at 783-0958. For additional information, contact Dr. Ron Bouffard, workshop coordinator, at [email protected]

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