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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For exmple, General Time used Warner Bros.' Tazmanian Devil in an office scene dock to open distribution in office product and gift stores, a channel the company had not previously reached.
The brief scope of Regeneration project is as follows: the creation of a new Creative Learning Space in the existing basement, the replacement of the existing aluminium cladding and scene dock doors and the cleaning andrefurbishment of the remaining cladding, the extension of the main entrance area, the renovation and alteration of the existing internal front of house areas on ground, first and secondfloors, the reconfiguration of the landscaping around the building, the replacement of the existing boilers, and the replacement of the fly tower lift.
The studio has on site grip and lighting; telecine, digital mixing; 35MM and digital projection; and scene docks. All of the stages are equipped with and include elephant doors; larger stages have up to three.