Nick Hill from Xperience Church in Defiance, Ohio brings us this portable stage design.
This stage design was inspired by the artwork on the newest Hillsong United Album, Empires, and it was really easy and cost effective to do. They have metal frames that they use to attach most of their stage designs to since they’re a portable church. They have 2 six foot frames and 4 five foot frames. Nick knew they wanted to use strips of Coroplast to give the effect but they needed a way to attach them to the frames and also provide a back to them so you couldn’t see through them. So they had a seamstress in the church sew felt slip covers for the six frames, which cost them less than $30 because they found felt on sale. Next they took Coroplast and cut strips 2″ wide. They spaced them 1″ apart on the frames. They used velcro to attach the Coroplast strips to the felt on the frames. Then they used megabars to light them as well. They were able to construct this whole set for less than $50 and only used 1 (4×8) sheet of Coroplast.