LIVE PERFORMING ARTS EVENTS
Stevens Interactive Productions has worked with a wide array of clients looking for opportunities to provide remote, interactive access to live performing arts events.
Coldplay: Live at The Tabernacle
Coldplay's first American tour in 2001 stopped at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. SIP produced and directed multi-camera coverage and interactive streaming of the concert. This is a clip of the band’s hit single “Yellow” from the album Parachute. This is the only footage that exists of this concert.
The Atlanta Opera’s 24-Hour Opera Project (2013)
SIP was asked to return to produce the LIVE webcast of the 2013 24-Hour Opera Project, in which teams compose, rehearse and perform a 10-minute opera in 24 hours. In this live-streamed event, viewers voted for “audience favorite” via social media platforms, and were able to interact with other viewers from around the world. Since SIP began producing live webcasts for the Company, viewership and support of the Atlanta Opera’s Outreach Programs have risen exponentially.
The Atlanta Opera’s 24-Hour Opera Project (2012)
SIP produced multi-camera coverage and interactive streaming of the Atlanta Opera's 2012 24-Hour Opera Project, in which teams compose, rehearse and perform a 10-minute opera in just 24 hours. In this live-streamed event, viewers voted for audience favorite via social media platforms. This was the first time The Atlanta Opera was able to reach an international audience and showcase the Company’s groundbreaking event.
The Suzi Bass Awards
SIP produced live coverage of The Suzi Bass Awards, recognizing excellence in live theater. This annual awards show is highly anticipated by the theatre community, and attracts hundreds of viewers across the United States.