Like a mythical phoenix reemerging from the ashes, Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, a glorious French-influenced baroque style movie palace that first opened in 1929 as the Loew’s Kings Theatre and closed in 1977, recently roared back to life with a majestic concert by Diana Ross in February.
A couple of nights a week at select Sky Zone Trampoline Parks, the main lights are switched off—and new elektraLite eyeBall UV fixtures are turned on—for an event called “Glow” where participants wear neon clothing and bring or buy glowing swag items to engage in the interactive games at the park in the dark.
For Cosmic Bowling night, house lights go dark and the lanes beckon bowlers inan electrifying glow of colored beams, with spinning gobo patterns swirling around the space. To achieve this, Round One Entertainment, owner of the upscale Round1 bowling and amusement center chain, is currently installing elektraLite’s newly released ML-902 LED moving profile spot fixture into all of its US locations to electrify the night.
Inspire Waikele Church in Waipahu, Oahu needed a lighting system for two distinct purposes: for its live singing and live streaming. So when the church team learned that they could accomplish both with one versatile lighting system that didn’t break the budget, they warmly said “aloha” to elektraLite products for its sanctuary.
With the recent installation of a dozen elektraLite eyeBall LED lighting fixtures, worship services and music programs are now “brighter and better” at Hillcrest Baptist Church in Dyersburg, Tennessee, a town approximately 80 miles northeast of Memphis.