Platform for Success: Getting the most from Portable Staging

While the audience is focusing on precise choreography and beautiful music, show choir directors know that success literally rests upon the portable...  More

Spotlight on Show Choir Staging

The songs have been selected, the arrangements have been rehearsed, the choreography has been mastered, the fundraising is complete, the press...  More

Elevating The Stage for an All-Inclusive Experience

More than 300 talented musicians and performers filled the 62 x 63 University of California Berkeley Zellerbach Auditorium stage during an astounding,...  More

Reducing Unwanted Stage Noise with Staging Platforms

Most people have experienced unwanted sound in a performing arts venue. Sometimes other patrons nearby are whispering to each other, or a cell...  More

Set Design Advice from Champions

Hear from some of the best names in the business about winning techniques for Stage Design and Show Design.  More

Sharing the Stage

With countless hours spent on practices and rehearsals, many performers and directors often feel that the stage becomes their home. However,...  More

Outfitting Your Group with Multi-Purpose & Flexible Staging

Today, schools all over the country are finding it difficult to meet the demands placed on them to provide the best possible education as well...  More

Dressing Up the Stage

When adjusting a venue or stage for a performance, some key factors to incorporate are the theater's acoustical, structural and functional aspects....  More

Creative Set Design for Summer Musicals

You do not have to be a tech professional to make projections work for you. The quality of your equipment, and your tech expertise, only matter...  More

The Lowdown on Risers: Why Stage Design is So Important

When thinking about high school show choirs and their needs, safety first comes to mind when determining stage designs. Of course, all directors...  More