scene dock


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scene dock

A place usually adjacent to, or below, the stage of a theater where the scenery is stored.
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The studio has on site grip and lighting; telecine, digital mixing; 35MM and digital projection; and scene docks.
I didn't realise it also has a full flying tower, orchestra pit, wing space, dressing rooms, prop and scene docks and electronic trucking facilities - the basic requirements to stage plays and musicals.