Choosing the Right Stage Platform for Your Event

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If you are in the market for a stage platform, it is important to know what kind of surface will work best with your specific needs. Different surfaces work best for different events, and using the wrong one can lead to a performance that is less than optimal. Learn more:

In theatre, a platform stage is a raised area on which actors perform. It may be flat or have a raked sloping floor. This type of stage is often used in multi-purpose halls where theatre is just one use of the space. It is also commonly used in auditoriums and arenas for sports and concerts.

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Other types of stages include thrust stages (which extend into the audience on three sides) and theatre-in-the-round stages. Thrust stages require detailed blocking to ensure that the audience sees all the action. In a theatre-in-the-round, the stage is exposed to all of the audience and there is no backstage area. Entrances onto the stage are typically made from the auditorium or from under the platform.

Portable stages are easy to assemble and disassemble. They are also lightweight and can be moved to fit any venue. These stages are much more versatile and affordable than permanent staging, which is built into the space and cannot be altered to suit different setups. This makes them the preferred choice for event organizers who want to be able to quickly set up and break down their stages without compromising on quality or safety.