Hey, I thought we could share pictures of our shows...

Tex

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Finally, some more Blood Brothers pictures. I love this show!


Um... Please disregard the water stain on the cyc. New one coming...
 
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Kelite

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Re: Think about your life Pippin!

This is the production of Pippin at the high school I work at. The productions are all student run and mostly student designed.
That is one beautiful stained glass window, Taffey-

Beautiful!
 

Esoteric

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Re: Think about your life Pippin!

Here are pics from my latest show. It is Edward Albee's Everything in the Garden.

The inventory consisted of:
24 Source 4 Jr 50 Deg
9 Altman 65Q 6" Fresnel
3 Altman 360Q 6x9
3 Altman 360Q 6x12
24 ETC Sensor 2.4kW Dimmers
6 Generic 600W Dimmers
7 Generic PAR64 LED
2 Weidamark 252 LED Wash Fixtures
2 Colorblaze 48 Strips
1 Colorblaze 72 Strip

My actor light gels were N/C, R64, and R05. Top Wash in R318.

All pictures courtesy of Bill Elliot Photography.

Mike
 

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Taffey

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Re: Think about your life Pippin!

That is one beautiful stained glass window, Taffey-

Beautiful!
Thanks, It was made of two Apollo gobos, but I assume you might already know that. Those two got stolen about two days before the show and we had to over night a new set. That was about 150 to 200. Sad day.
 

Kelite

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Re: Think about your life Pippin!

Thanks, It was made of two Apollo gobos, but I assume you might already know that. Those two got stolen about two days before the show
Can we assume someone removed them from the ERS after tech was finished?
(Is this a high school theater, or other?)
 

Taffey

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Re: Think about your life Pippin!

Can we assume someone removed them from the ERS after tech was finished?
(Is this a high school theater, or other?)
No, due to dimmer restrictions we only had one ERS focused to cyc for gobo, we had two sets of gobos for the show. The stain glass window during act one for Morning Glow, and a sun gobo with a flame (?) glass gobo and a gobo rotator to spin (using a rotator) a break up inside the sun. Crazy but awesome.
 

Kelite

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Re: Think about your life Pippin!

No, due to dimmer restrictions we only had one ERS focused to cyc for gobo, we had two sets of gobos for the show. The stain glass window during act one for Morning Glow, and a sun gobo with a flame (?) glass gobo and a gobo rotator to spin (using a rotator) a break up inside the sun. Crazy but awesome.
So they just..... disappeared. (?)
 

Soxred93

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This is from a recent student production of The Last Five Years by Jason Robert Brown. These pictures were taken before the real focus a few weeks later, when the lights were just aimed at the general areas from a bounce-focus.
 

zmb

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These pictures are from Les Misérables...I won a cappie for my lighting design of this show.
In addition to our conventionals, we rented:
-A grandMA console
-4 Martin Mac 700 Profile Moving Heads
-2 Martin Mac 700 Wash Moving Heads
-6 Color Scrollers
-2 Hazers
Let me know what you think!

You can see the pics here here
Nice to see as a high school you could rent (and use) all that stuff. Got anymore pictures?
 

DHSLXOP

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I uploaded more pics onto the link above

My theatre has...

Box Booms:
-2 Near:
26 deg Source 4 (2 each)
-2 Far:
Source 4 Zoom (4 each)
26 deg Source 4 (2 each)

Balcony:
26 deg Source 4 (12)

FOH:
10 deg Source 4 (10)
19 deg Source 4 (10)

Overhead:
Strand Fresnels (26)
26 deg Source 4 (10)
Source 4 Zoom 6)
Altman R40 Borderlights (12)

We usually use our Strand Light Palette Live, but for this show, as I said, we were able to rent the grandMA

We were able to rent as much as much as we did for this show, because they really wanted to go all out. We just opened the space at the beginning of the year, and administration wanted the first "big" show to be as good as possible
 
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Esoteric

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Very nice. Most of the professional theaters I work for don't have/can't rent equipment like that.

Mike
 

Schniapereli

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This is old, but I haven't been on here in a while, and I thought I'd post something. =)

This is a Battle of the Bands held at my high school. I designed the lights and staging, and another student ran lights for the student bands.

We rented the entire sound system and it was run by the owner's crew. Lighting was ran off of an ETC Impression 2 console.




A guest band judging the event (Going Second, ambassadors for the Music Makes Music Foundation) played later that night, and I ran lights for that one.



Here's a link to a video of it. Sorry for the bad sound quality. Another student was filming with my little digital camera.

YouTube - Going Second2.AVI
 
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