My theatre company is moving into a long term agreement with a church space that we are very excited to have. It is shaped very much like a traditional proscenium space (Prosc. arch and over stage catwalks and all) however, in the stage are the ground is on the same level as the house, there is no elevated stage deck. However, we've been priced out of buying a nice portable stage. We are looking for a way of building a light weight stage deck that is easy to leg up and set up, but is then easy to store when our productions close and the space has to go back to being a church. Our current thought is to use 4x8 or 4x4 platforms, but we're wondering: -What is the lightest way to build them so they are sturdy enough to handle being moved and stored so often? The top will probably have to be plywood so we can screw into it and put masonite down. -What is the easiest/ quickest way to repeatedly leg them up attach them that doesn't involve screwing them together or screwing legs on? they will be between 2'6" and 3' tall. Thank you!