Chris Barbee from Piedmont Church in Macon, GA brings us this highly portable stage design.
This stage design was used in two different places. They are a portable church, so stage designs get very complicated. Ensuring that they are both creative and functional are must haves. They took inspiration from designs like Diagonal Screening and Intersection to come up with a portable stage design. They made four wooden frames 3’x6′ and put two eye bolts in the top of the frame to hang the frames off of existing chain from the school’s truss system. They covered the frames in aluminum screening and lit them with LED lights. They also setup a screen in the middle of the stage to help give balance. In all, it takes them 20 minutes every Sunday to setup this design (which is a huge deal being portable). The second place they used this was their student area which meets at their offices (warehouse type space). To save money, they used similar material and used an existing framed wall to staple the aluminum screening to it.