CMU School of Drama

Monday, December 19, 2016

Touring with Stage Automation

Stage Directions: Most of us have been to or worked on shows with stage automation. We’ve all seen it become more commonplace and more complicated—hoists, tracking platforms, revolving stages, synchronized curtains and wall reveals. We are all aware of the planning and build time that goes into these effects, and the time needed for programming, for making small mechanical tweaks, and ensuring it all works smoothly and safely with the rest of the show.

But what about traveling with stage automation?

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