Hey everyone, I'm currently designing our set for "Guys and Dolls" and I'm working on the Havana scene. I have the design fairly simple - four large strips of fabric and a rising/setting sun a la Lion King. However I had the idea of making these four large strips of fabric movable; so they each are on some sort of independent motor so we can control their rise and descent onto the set and have a few configurations based on what's happening on stage. Here's how the sets look in various configurations: I think that kind of illustrates what I'm going for - each piece moving independently. Any fancy motorized stuff I do has to be hung on a bar. We only have one bar available for this piece as well (the sun has a bar too but that will be independent). I wish I had some ideas as how to approach this but I haven't a clue as to the types of motors, what kind of controls, etc. This is all new to me! Any ideas? Thanks... Chris P.S. - Some probably unnecessary dimensions, but they're here if needed: Height from stage to bottom of the front border curtain: 4.47 metres / 14' 6" Width of stage: 16.76 metres / 55' Width of those curtain things: 1.2192 metres / 4'