stage equipment

stage equipment

Equipment which is specifically fabricated for a theater stage to facilitate the setting and striking of stage scenery.
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Summary: Washington DC [USA] Oct 23 (ANI): The Weeknd nearly avoided a disaster when a piece of stage equipment fell and landed just a foot away from the singer, during his concert in Mexico City on Sunday.
They will install stage equipment at venues for the performances -- the East Pyongyang Grand Theater and the Ryugyong Jong Ju Yong Gymnasium -- and check them.
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is in advanced talks with Champlin, Minnesota-based stage equipment provider SECOA, Inc.
"As a UK sales and service agent for Metalas Cleaning Systems, we offer a full range of industrial cleaning equipment from top loading single stage equipment to multi process and conveyorised systems.
Video from the site near the town of Hasselt, 50 miles east of Brussels, showed stage equipment flying through the air as concert-goers at the Pukkelpop festival ran for cover.
South Tyneside College has donated surplus stage equipment - which accrued as a result of the ongoing refurbishment project - to the CAVE Youth Initiative Centre on Captains Row, in South Shields.
The gig attracted 26,000 fans, but sections of the turf were badly damaged by heavy stage equipment and an oil spill.
The sellout gig attracted 26,000 fans but sections of the turf were badly damaged by heavy stage equipment and an oil spill.
The school provides day care and after school clubs as well as nursery care and if it wins a share of the pounds 15,000 on offer, staff have said they would use the cash to provide stage equipment for the children.
A Birmingham City Council spokesman said: "A routine pre-inspection of props and stage equipment at Plantsbrook School identified issues relating to the light rigging.
The singer's spokeswoman, Nancy Seltzer, told the New York Post, 'Many artists get rid of the old stage equipment and costuming they don't need any more.