- 1 Overview
- 2 Technical Stage Department
- 3 Stage Management
- 4 LX Department
- 5 Sound Department
Technical Stage Department
On the upstage edge of the stage, there is a 2400mm square width, 175mm depth frame which tilts to 30 degrees.
There is a 8m x 8m cloth rigged onto a bar at back of the stage. There is a dogleg rigged on the stage right side of the back masking. There are 3 leg masking hung around the stage area.
Above centre stage, there is a petal drop which occurs during the show. This is comprised of two batons; one fixed, and one movable. Connecting the batons is a drop cloth in which the petals will be stored. The movable baton moves using a pulley system, with parachord as the line.
This show was an interesting one for sound as no sound was to be played during recording. This meant the system was only up for rehearsals.
This is a top down of the sound plan for The Coat.
This is a FOH perspective showing lengths relative to the main truss.
Scheduling each aspect of the show helped make it much easier to remain ahead of schedule.
This schedule made it possible for everyone to accuratly know where and when they needed to be.
Fit Up Week Plan
This plan gave a general overview along with approximate timings for tasks.
Fit Up Breakdown
This document aims to break down each task into simple steps for members of the department who had not done this before.
This was a document to make collecting kit much easier as it has locations and quantities.
Power & Cabling
This document listed what devices where in use and where their power would be coming from.
This document calculated how many batteries would be used across the run.
Power on and off Procedure
This made it possible for the less experienced staff to know how to safely turn the system on and off.
This document broke down the uneven lengths of XLR required into simple set lengths.