FRAMINGHAM – Wanting to bring joy to the community during this difficult pandemic time and seeking a way to keep his creative juices going with no theater, Ithaca College junior Kyle Stamm created a musical light display in his neighborhood for the entire community to enjoy.
The display features 3,800 light bulbs and it took Stamm about a week to install and program it. Stamm, a Framingham High graduate, is majoring in theatre production and design, with concentration in lighting design.
The display is open to the public at 14 Flanagan Drive nightly until January 1. The display is from 4:30 to 9:15 p.m.
Visitors can tune their radio to 90.1 FM and listen to the music that is coordinated with the lights.
“The full show consists of 5 songs running at a total time of around 16 minutes,” said Stamm.
“My inspiration for my display was to mix Christmas lighting and theatrical lighting to create a fully realized community event,” said Stamm.
Visitors are asked not to get out of their vehicles.
“Just pull over to the side of the road to watch the show from your safe and warm car,” said Stamm.