PRODUCTION CASE STUDY
The phone rings… Lorne Falls is moving, but we don’t have a site yet.
New site arranged - we need a main stage as the Lorne stage is a permanent structure.
Stage found and booked.
Four crew from lighting and staging head down to the Lorne site and start de-rigging the lighting on both stages and prep the second stage to be broken down on the 27th.
Write schedules — trucking schedule, crew schedule, production schedule and get them out to all suppliers.
Ready to go
Main Stage and 16 local crew arrive at Mt Duneed Estate and start setting up. Grand Theatre tent ( stage 2 ) starts to go up.
Lighting and 16 crew arrive at Lorne site to remove 60’ x 40’ stage from Grand theatre tent.
4 semi-trailers arrive at falls Lorne site to load lighting and staging .
The Lorne crew arrives onsite at Mt Duneed Estate with the Grand Theatre stage. The Valley Stage roof and two PA towers are ﬁnished. MPH Australia crew head off for a sleep.
The Grand Theatre tent is up, and lighting / staging crew start re-erecting the stage and lights from Lorne.
Grand Theatre stage and lighting build complete – audio and video production starts loading into the tent.
Production is set up and ready to go in the Grand Theatre.
Weird Al Yankovic’s team turns up to start pre-show checks.
The ﬁrst band, Mighty Duke and the Lords, starts on time at the Grand Theatre.
Production loaded into the Valley Stage.
Main stage ready!
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