Vickie Wuellner from Lenexa Christian Center in Lenexa, KS brings us this squiggly design. (Originally posted June 2012)
They started by building four 16′ x 4′ panels made out of Natural Coroplast and 1″ x 4″s. They painted their frames black, backed the framed with Coroplast, then put abstract designs on the Coroplast using electrical tape.
They printed four banners that went between the framed Coroplast panels (printed in-house).
The cross in the center of the stage was 16’H X 8’W and made out of some existing light boxes they currently rearrange and use on their stage. They were stacked and braced to the wall behind them.
They secured everything on theatrical curtains stanchions with zip ties and 1″ X 4″s. They weighted the bottoms with sandbags.
They lit the panels and banners with 12 LED PAR64 slimline cans.
The cost for them to construct this stage was $450. Having some of the design elements on hand helped with their total cost.