Are You a Warrior?

Mike Gerrells and his team of volunteers at Crosspointe Church in Duluth, Georgia constructed this cool set for an Easter series. Continue Reading…

Dot Banners

Lisa Bodkin from New Hope Church in New Hope, MN brings us this this set for the EFCA ONE Conference. Continue Reading…

Framed Letters

David Tatum from Covenant Community Church in Vacaville, CA brings us this stage design for their series, Portraits of Faith. Continue Reading…

Cross Grunge

Grant Gunnink from Valleyview in Calgary, Alberta Canada brings us this great rendition of Texturesized. Continue Reading…

A Warm Glow

Stephen Ellis at Keene Church in Keene, TX created this intimate design for a Jadon Lavik concert at the church. Since it was for a one-time event the stage elements needed to be cost effective and very portable. Continue Reading…

A Child’s Dream

The set was accomplished using corrugated metal, shoji screens, acoustical panels, televisions, and LED lighting. Better be prepared to body check kids wanting to play around on the stage.

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The Orient Express

Lisa Masteller put this series backdrop together based around a cool area rug she found at Lowes. Shoji screens were arranged on both sides of the stage from top to bottom…then the area rug hung in the middle as the main visual. Continue Reading…

Shoji…Oh, Gee!

Sometimes you want a really cool backdrop but don’t have a lot of stage depth to play with. Japanese shoji screens are a great way to add some life and texture to a stage without taking up a lot of space. You can buy them around $50 if you know where to look (like Hobby Lobby or Target), or you can spend a bit more depending on what types of shoji screens you’re looking for. They come in colors, patterns, or in plain white (my favorite). The thin translucent paper is perfect for both front or backlighting. Continue Reading…