The summer set design at Grace Church, Bath Campus, Akron, Ohio (Jeff Bogue, senior pastor), is featured on the website, Church Stage Design Ideas. A portion of the post appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
John Weiker from Grace Church Bath Campus in Akron, Ohio brings us this awesome segmented design.
From John: Our summer set had to meet a couple requirements, cover the full stage, provide pleasing camera angles across the entire stage, and not contain a defined design that allowed people to see different thing each time they looked at the set.
The set was made of only four things, 1/2in plywood, 2×4’s, 2×6’s, and 1/4in foam. The set in the main room consisted of nine panels that at 4ft wide and 14.5ft tall. On the back side, you have a 2×6 joining the two sheets of ply together and then there is an angle brace that goes into the bottom of the structure that we then screw directly into the stage, and then have an aircraft cable going to the ceiling to prevent the panel from falling forward if something were to happen to the panel. The panels in the other room are only 12.5ft and do not have the back brace.
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