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  • Good Afternoon,   Most high schools theatres don't do much in the way of metal-working (particularly welding) for obvious reasons. We are fortunate enough to have a welding class at our tech center that might be willing to work with our department to ...

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  • Regardless of how you build it, it will typically be on casters so it can move about.  A prop car with occupants can get very heavy and difficult to control as it generally doesn't have any brakes other than the 'Fred Flintstone' effect of the actor's ...

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    RE: Lights

    Regardless of what fixtures you decide you can afford, you will need to back some money out of the fixture budget to cover re-configuring the wiring to the outlets where the current fixtures are plugged-in.  LED lights do not like to be run from dimmed ...

  • Not knowing what you have to hang from & where you can conceal the vines makes this difficult to be specific.  Also it is important to know how you intend to construct the vines. Making the vines as thin and lightweight as possible is recommended.  Also, ...

  • Don't dismiss double casting so quickly.  It does have its challenges, but the benefits are huge.  Conflicts are easier to manage, as actors can miss the occasional rehearsal without leaving their scene partners stranded. They get to learn from each other ...

  • Are there any high schools in Florida that have produced Beauty and the Beast? Unexpected issue came up with my costume designer and he is unable to help. I'm in need of costumes to rent, borrow, or purchase. Our show opens the end of March. Just wondering ...



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