Ok, so I have two separate questions here for the same show. First, I have a floor that will be painted to look like tile. It needs to be solid enough that the actors can walk around on it safely. As the show progresses the tiles will be removed in large chunks, by actors, to reveal a different floor underneath. I'm worried a masonite floor would be too heavy and awkward for actors to carry. Has anyone done a lauan floor? I'm worried about splinters. I looked into rubber sheets (essentially 1/4" thick Marley), but it's running too expensive. The floor is 13'x31' and the pieces pulled up might be as big as 3'x4'. Any ideas? Second, I have 8 3'x12' cotton scrims that will be hung on home-made rotodrapers. They will be moved by actors over the course of the show. At the end of the show they need to be ripped down and taken away. I can't have them falling down early if an actor pulls a little too hard when moving one, but they can't be too hard to get down when the time comes. Brilliant suggestions?