HSTech Stage Design & Technology
What do all those little lines mean anyway. A closeup look at the markings of a standard U.S. tape measure. Inch lines, 1/2" 1/4" 1/8" and 1/16" lines are explained.
Click on the picture to start the movie.
Also an answer to that burning question: "why is the hook on the end of my tape measure loose?"
Hello. my name is Scott Parker and I want to welcome you to these design/tech pages. HSTech was created over 18 years ago to show the public what my student technicians were doing.
Designers & Technicians are equally important to a show as the Director and Actors. We are all charged with supporting the Author's words.
The pages grew and People visited. They would ask questions, share ideas, give suggestions and more. I would like to thank all the students, faculty and professionals who have contributed to our team. Yes, I consider us all part of a team.
Many schools do not have a production type person. If you have tech questions, Please join our on-line user group. I hope that the info here will help those students who have the drive to "get the show up," do so safely and have fun.
- To assist High School Technical Theater students in their desire to learn about, create, and execute theatrical productions.
- To enable the exchange of information in a respectful manner.
- To foster team work and peer networks that will last beyond high school.
Stage Lighting Design: The Art, the Craft, the Life by Richard Pilbrow (Author)
The author, Richard Pilbrow.
Stage Lighting Design from the "Art" to the "Life" My first book Stage Lighting seems to have been an influence on quite a few people. The new one is both up-to-date and hopefully wiser. It also talks of all that stuff usually left out in class. How to earn a living without getting fired, etc. Enjoy!