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Custom Theater Lights A “Show-Stopper”

The James Earl Jones Theatre, originally the Cort Theatre, is a Broadway theater in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan in New York City. It was built in 1912 and designed by architect Thomas W. Lamb for impresario John Cort. The Jones has 1,092 seats across three levels and is operated by the Shubert Organization. Both the façade and interior of the theater are New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission designated landmarks.

Grand Light recently designed and fabricated custom ceiling lights through our SIGNATURE Collection for this historic theater renovation project. These custom fixtures were designed to complement and enhanced the beautiful aesthetics of the auditorium.

Utilizing our SIGNATURE Collection components along with custom castings, Grand Light artisans were able to create a timeless piece that far exceeded the project goal.

What a difference hand-made craftsmanship and ingenuity make in creating intricately detailed and elaborate fixtures to compliment such a beautiful space!

Our hope is that patrons and guests of the James Earl Jones Theatre will appreciate the beauty of these truly unique pieces of art for decades to come!!!

For more information regarding Grand Light’s SIGNATURE Collection, Custom Lighting Capabilities and Services, you may review our Custom Lighting Webpage.

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