Stage Designs

Coroplast. Two Ways.

Mason McGill from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Seaford, Delaware brings us this Coroplast design.

From Mason: This was our most economical stage design to this day (less than $100). We readjusted our Coroplast screen to a smaller size by moving the panels and readjusted our lights. We purchased 4 packs of white vertical blinds (84 inch) from our local home improvement store. The vertical blinds are easy to work with and was cut with a paper cutter. They are spaced 6 inches apart in a consistent pattern in the center. We were a little more flexible on the sides.

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9 responses to “Coroplast. Two Ways.”

  1. Cara says:

    This is amazing! I’m in NJ and would like the same design for a live recording. How can I contact you?

  2. Edd says:

    Hey cool design, what kind of projection are you using Front or Rear?

  3. Edd says:

    Hey
    Cool Design,
    What kind of projection are you using Front or Rear?

  4. Nabhira Mascorro says:

    I love how the blinds’ pattern causes the stage to look waaaaay bigger than it is through a depth illusion.
    Functionally, do you keep your center stage clear the whole service or is that just for the pics?

    • Mason McGill says:

      We try to keep it clear for the whole service, we have two podiums one for a iPad and one if we use laptops.

  5. williams says:

    Hello, great looking design! Really enhanced the space.
    A few questions, what lights are you using and where did purchase?
    Also had did you secure the screen and blinds?

  6. Dennis Foendoe says:

    Hello Mason, can you send the welcome picture file so I can just remove the text below?

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