Kim Miller from Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City, OH brings us this Christmas stage design from 2012.
The Ginghamsburg Makeover Team set about to design a stage that would depict what it means to share the good news with an entire city of broken people. They scanned the cityscape of their own Dayton, Ohio and used it to artistically outline the stage background out of black Coroplast, folded and arranged w/ an eye on perspectives. Each building was individually drilled w/ “window” holes at 2” intervals, then hand-punched white mini-lights through the holes. Under the screen, they left spaces between flat sheets to give the eye a bit of a rest.
Their stage floor LEDs lit the walls behind the set.
On Christmas Eve they added Christmas trees, a street light, and falling snow to add to the holiday’s festive feeling. They also covered two of the buildings with custom-designed newsprint to highlight their “Good News” theme.