Just thought I would give you guys something to look forward to in this category. We are doing a production of Sunday in the Park with George by Sondheim/Lapine right now. Most of our set consists of a 34' wide deck raked at 4.5 degrees. Behind that is a scrim-like screen stretching the full length of the stage. The backdrop for the show is George Seurate's Sunday on the Island of Grand Jatte, which is projected across the entire 34' of deck length. A graphic artist has edited the painting so that figures are "painted" on the scrim as the artist "paints" them on his canvas. Since actors are in front of this scrim, we are accomplishing this through rear projection. The catch is that we only have 12' of space between the rear wall of the stage and the srim, and a projector with a lense that shoots at about a 45 degree angle out to each side as the image progresses. After quite a bit of calculating and brainstorming, we have rigged a mirror system to enlarge the image to it's full 34' spread. I look forward to posting the specs for how we did this later on so that anyone else who has a small stage and a need for a large projection can use it. Play on!