Our team has always used a stage made of PVC for budget reasons. I've reconfigured it a few times over the years. The one we have now is the one I like the best so far. Someone asked me to share it with them so I thought I would post it here in case anyone else was interested. First of all there are 3 parts to the finished stage and one person could put it together alone, but two make it easier. There are two poles that go across the middle horizontally to hold everything together. And there is the actual stage part that folds up like an accordion. Here it is from the side folded up. Here it is unfolded and the two long pieces placed horizontally in the back. One at the top and one lower. This second bar really adds to the stability of the whole stage and keeps puppeteers from moving the back curtain as they go in and out. Here is how we add the curtains. Our curtains are in 4 parts. The front, 2 wings and the back middle. They are all doubled becaus
Watching this I realize that you can't hear Princess Annie very well, sorry about that! But isn't Dudley funny?ReplyDelete
Me thinks, must watch again later-- ye old dial-up is much too slow for my taste this morning!ReplyDelete
It was pleasant what was viewed-- and true- Me thought me ears were plugged!
Surely The KING is pleased with the Talent HE PLACED in this body!
Praise The KING!
I had to turn my volume way up to hear Princess Annie, but I could still understand it. I love the voice of Dudley..(who is it?!!) He is very cute.ReplyDelete
Need to work on Dudley's exit...That was even funny the 2nd time.ReplyDelete