Imaginative. Creative. Dynamic.
We design emotion-driven environments.
At U-Studios Theatricals, it is all about the story. Every decision that we make in design is tested against the questions: “How does this help to tell the story? Does it add to the experience of the story or distract from it?”
U-Studios Theatricals’ creative details and story-driven design draw your audience in, evoke emotions and take them on a magical journey. U-Studios Theatricals’ creative background includes 40 years of experience in all aspects of live theater and performing arts production not limited to sound and light control, performance venue design, lighting systems, fine and scenic art, and just about anything else imaginable to enhance your show, your environment and your audiences’ experiences.
Theatrical design means more than just putting plays on a stage. These techniques are used in executing any themed environment and can even be used in creating a special place within a church or restaurant. The purpose of theatrical design is to suspend disbelief in your guests and propel them into a different world fabricated within a familiar place.
U-Studios Theatricals will develop an exciting built environment to tell your story whether on stage, within an existing building, or across your whole site.
The results are an imaginative environment that exceeds your business expectations.
Our theatrical services include:
Scenic and Prop Fabrication and Coordination
Visual Media Coordination
Special Effects Coordination
Thoughts on Theatricals…
So, the past week or so I have been focused on getting “And Then There Were None” on stage and then struck at Thomas Jefferson School. All in all, it went great and the kids did an awesome job. I couldn’t be prouder and neither could they.
In addition, at New Line, last Saturday we hung and focused lights. This was my first time to do lights in the Marcelle because Ken has lit the last three New Line shows. I suspected that it would be easier than lighting a show at Wash U South because the fixed seating and no catwalks above meant moving an extension ladder around and working it into the rows of seats. In addition, WUS was not cabled for DMX and did not have auxiliary power outlets scattered in the grid…lessons that I used when planning the Marcelle. That used to take hours just cabling. We finished all of the the hang, cabling, and focus in just 6 hours at the Marcelle! What a difference. Plus, we were able to hang 2/3’s of it from scaffold rolling on the stage. The remaining 1/3 we could reach from a step ladder by moving one row of stack chairs! read more…
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