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Here is what people are saying about Cuelist...


"Cuelist is a fantastic program whose arrival is long overdue. Finally, an intuitive and paperless way to collaborate on cueing in theater that is appealing to designers like me. This program is accessible for those of us who've been at this for twenty years the old fashioned way, on paper, but are ready to save some (hundreds of!) trees. I test drove it on Broadway this spring, and it made everything simpler, clearer and faster for us, and vastly improved collaborative communication about cueing. We'll be using it with our design and stage management students at Princeton University next year. I'm happy that working with cueing has finally arrived in the twenty-first century!"

alt text JANE COX (Jane is a Tony nominated lighting designer and Director of the Program in Theater at Princeton University www.janecoxlight.com)

"Cuelist saved us lots of time during tech rehearsals. Much of the early conversation and dry tech time was significantly reduced because designers were able to place cues for everyone to see in real time."

alt text DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE ARTS AT SUNY NEW PALTZ (The Department of Theatre Arts is dedicated to engaging students in a current, dynamic, experiential, and diverse educational experience. The program offers students a unique combination of contemporary theory and practice within the context of a broad-based liberal arts education. Theatre majors earn a Bachelor of Arts degree grounded in history, literature, theory, and applied practice. Our curriculum provides a foundation in the Theatre, with each Concentration (Performance, Design/Tech & Theatre Studies) creating opportunities for exploration and specialization.www.newpaltz.edu/theatre)

"Cuelist has made my design process so much easier! I have always taken notes on my script during rehearsal, but with Cuelist, I can take those notes, and then it automatically creates my cue sheet, leaving me so much more time to actually work on my design. I love the way it allows everyone on the team to see where the cues are landing and live updates when we decide to make a change. It saves hours of note sessions with the team because we are all, literally, on the same page."

alt text CRICKET MYERS (Cricket is a Tony nominated sound designer who has designed over 300 productions in places such as The Mark Taper Forum, The Geffen Playhouse, The Kirk Douglas Theater and The La Jolla Playhouse. www.cricketmyers.com)

"Cuelist has become a vital tool in my process. Josh and his team have been incredibly responsive with changes and improvements.

I can’t wait to see what’s next for this great app."

alt text DAN SCULLY (Dan is a Brooklyn based lighting and projection designer whose work spans Broadway, concerts and special events, and dance. You can see his work at www.danscully.com)

"Cuelist allows me to stay more focused on the script, rather than a long spreadsheet of numbers. It is the digital equivalent of using a straight edge to mark a word in the script, BUT comes with massive digital improvements. The search feature for cue numbers, labels or script lines allows me to find what I'm looking for quickly and every member of the team can be working on the same page at the same time."

alt text NICK SOLYOM (Nick is a lighting designer and frequent Broadway associate. Recent lighting design credits include Imaginary Comforts at Berkeley Rep; The Christians at Gulfshore Playhouse; and The Prince of Players at The Kaye Playhouse. Nick’s Broadway Associate Lighting Design credits include Moulin Rouge!, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, King Lear, The Waverly Gallery, Bernhardt/Hamlet, Amélie, and Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. www.solyomdesign.com)

"I teach at Towson University and now work with Cuelist exclusively. When doing a show this year, as the lighting designer, it was great to see the cue placements just popping up as entered by the Sound Designer, the Projection Designer and the Stage Manager. It completely stopped all conversations about 'Where did you put that cue?' The Stage Manager is watching everyone work and just began to call difficult sequences that were ready for them in an instant.

I have been actively using Cuelist since early beta. During that time, I have offered a lot of feedback on the software and have been delighted about how much it has grown and changed based on the needs of the user.

Thanks for a great addition to our profession."

alt text JAY HERZOG (Jay is a Professor of Lighting and Sound Design at Towson University. https://www.towson.edu/theatre)