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StageSpot Blog

Safety Series – Designing a Strike Plan for Set Deconstruction pt.2

To read pt.1 of the series, click here. Last week, in the first of this series, we addressed the “what” and “how” of designing an efficient strike plan, as well as the safety of the entire process. We outlined the order in ...

Safety Series – Designing a Strike Plan for Set Deconstruction pt.1

Striking, or set deconstruction, involves the removal of props and soft goods in order build up for the next scene. Complete deconstruction and removal from the stage of sets, props, costumes, lighting fixtures, and sound equipment occurs when the ...

Alternative Uses for Gel Filters

Gel has come a long way since Shakespearean-era theatre, when light was commonly filtered by the use of red wine and other colored water, or silk, and later actual gelatin. We all know the typical uses for gel in theatrical lighting, but let’s ...

10 Tips for Surviving Recital Season

Recital season is upon us, and we feel your woes, but nothing beats seeing your little rockstar on stage during their spring performances! Watching the other kids? Not so exciting, but seeing your spawn’s hard work paying off makes it all worth...

Robots and Road Trips

Tradeshow season is in full swing! We just wrapped another successful SETC appearance earlier this week in Mobile, Alabama, then immediately booked it to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to load in for the big bad USITT show! Every year we introduce a new,...

Women in Broadway

In honor of National Women’s Day, a movement aimed at inspiring women across the world and celebrating their achievements, we’ve curated a list of 5 currently running women-centric Broadway shows!   Pretty Woman  The st...

Think "Rigger" with Scenic Solutions

There’s nothing more tedious in the world of theatre than the life of a rigger. Because so many aspects of a show depend on the quality of work, or even the mood of the rigger, it’s important that things operate as seamlessly, organized, ...

Let Our LED's Light the Way!

Let Our New LED Video Walls Light the Way!  With audiences demanding a more immersive experience out of their entertainment, it’s been proven that video is the key to keeping their attention. From corporate boardrooms, to festivals, live ...

StageSpot Does Alabama!

We’re gearing up for another season of theatre conventions, our favorite time of the year, starting with the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Mobile, Alabama! From March 7th-11th, you can find us at booth 807 demoing some of our products, sel...

The Art of Romantic Lighting

The most important mantra to remember in lighting is that it’s art first, science second. Lighting is a tremendously powerful tool for communicating varying moods in a scene, and developing your own signature style will allow you to create a li...

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