Stages for Shows – The Main Elements of Any Event!

The stage is a suitable platform for several types of shows – it has the role of visually completing the event, placing the protagonists in the center of public attention. So, whether it's a premiere, a performance, a conference, a concert or any other event involving actors and spectators, the stage is something that should not be missing from the equation. In organizing these events, it is important to have the right stage technique and the proper equipment for an indoor or outdoor space. Depending on the requirements of the organizers, the staging may include machines or devices that create visual or auditory effects, tricks or special movements. The safety of the performers is also a significant factor, as each component part must meet a set of rules – therefore, it is recommended that these constructions will be created by people with professional experience in technology, electrics, visual arts or other similar areas.

  • What specific elements are part of the staging?
In creating an event, several types of scenes can be used both for shows and for podiums – mobile, fixed, rotary or elevator – and they can be very important for the visual impact. In some spaces, for example, only fixed ones can be used, but in situations that allow a modular layout, mobile ones can completely change the atmosphere. However, in order for the setting to be developed in a harmonious, uniform and unitary way, any scene must be completed with a series of objects, in accordance with the vision of the one who initiated the project. The general assembly can be enriched by curtains (manually or electrically operated), bleachers (to ensure the seats at different height levels) or other scenic systems: artificial snow machines, fire or artificial flames, fans, light fixtures, noises of rain or wind, lightning etc. They require specialized construction, carried out by an authorized team, as it involves knowledge and information from different work areas. Delegating responsibilities is essential in this process, as this is the only way to achieve optimal performance, as close as possible to what the creator of the concept wants.

How to get an ideal stage?

  • Whether you want a podium for a premiere or a conference, or you want a mobile stage for shows, it is important to choose the way you can get it – by building it from scratch, by buying or by renting. If you do not know what to choose, you must take into account the quality-price ratio, but also the professionalism of the team involved. It is recommended to consider all the other details that can completely change the aesthetics of the decor, from the shade of the curtain to the ways of creating and adjusting every piece of the assembly.
  • Who can create the staging that you want?

Any project can be carried out by specialists and experts, who will provide you with builders, architects, engineers, welders, mechanical locksmiths, turners, carpenters, plastic artists or electricians – all of them are indispensable in the process of obtaining a complete and functional result. Therefore, do not hesitate to ask for their help, because such expertise is essential in creating a harmonious, useful and practical framework. Starting from the initial sketch – which you can elaborate in 2D or 3D – all the people involved will put into practice your ideas, fulfilling all your requirements.

  • How long does it take to complete a project?
This factor is variable, being influenced by the amplitude of each project. The duration can fluctuate in direct proportion to the number of elements to be made, but also to the time required for completing all the tasks. So, if the project is complex, it will take time to fine-tune all the important details before starting the actual work. Then, all the components must be handed over to the skilled workers, who will pay attention to the overall construction and its final operation. Therefore, the procedure can be extended by the complexity of the proposed project.

Phantom double rotating stage system Oslo - final project

Phantom double rotating stage system Oslo - final project

Square scene project

truss - Square scene project 1

Phantom double rotating stage system Oslo - final project

truss - Phantom double rotating stage system Oslo - final project

Double rotating stage - Sibiu Theater - in progress

truss - Double rotating stage - Sibiu Theater - in progress

Square scene project 2

truss - Square scene project 2

Proiect scena patrata 4

truss - Square scene project 4

Square scene project 3

truss - Square scene project 3

Double rotating scene - Sibiu Theater - completed project

truss - Double rotating scene - Sibiu Theater - completed project