A name that stands for quality, durability, pride, and excellence. A name synonymous with tradition, dedication, and design innovation. A family name.

For over sixty years, the Altman™ name has stood true as one of the leading innovators of theatrical, architectural, film and video lighting available on the market today.

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Gallery Series

The Altman Gallery Series is a family of luminaries designed to serve as the most versatile solution available for museums, art galleries, hotels, restaurants and retail – anywhere aesthetic and performance expectations are high.

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Bellco Theatre

Chalice was the answer to a house lighting retrofit

Liberty University

Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA lights up “The Little Mermaid”

Royal Opera House

Spectra Cyc 200 lights Linbury Studio Theatre

Theatre By the Lake

Theatre by the Lake sought to trial a new energy-efficient solution for cyclorama lighting.

Betty Greenberg Theatre

PHX LED Profile recently used on a production of “Peter Pan.”

Loyola Marymount University

Location: Westchester, Los Angeles, California Venue Type: Academic Black Box and Proscenium Theaters Application: LED-Based Stage Lighting Venue Representative: Rob Hillig, Production Manager Located less than a half-mile from the beach at Playa del Rey, Loyola Marymount University boasts a location that draws many students from around the country for its weather and proximity to READ MORE…

Carlisle High School

Location: Carlisle, Pennsylvania Venue Type: High School Proscenium Theater Application: All LED Based Stage and House Lighting Venue Representative: Grayson Rech, Live Events Director System integrator: Brian Strom, Pittsburgh Stage, Inc. Carlisle School District is located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, a small borough in the middle of the state not far from the United States Army READ MORE…

The Mead Center

Altman Lighting is very pleased to have recently provided twenty of our new 130w LED Worklights to the Arena Stage at The Mead Center for American Theater in Washington DC. The venue’s master electrician, Christopher Lewton was kind enough to share his story with us: “The lighting staff of Arena Stage at The Mead Center READ MORE…