Indianapolis, Indiana – Reed Rigging provided production rigging support for a uniquely designed and constructed set for the “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” television show broadcast from Indianapolis's Hilbert Circle Theatre. The Indianapolis-based broadcasts coincided with Super Bowl week for the NFL. Last year's Super Bowl set a U.S. audience record of 111 million viewers, and this year's contest is expected to exceed that number.
The Hilbert Circle Theatre, home to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, was transformed from its 1916 historical splendor to a fully-functioning 21st Century television broadcast studio incorporating miles of cable, cameras, video walls, lighting and state of the art audio systems into its ornate and elegant interior.
“We are very pleased to provide our support to this outstanding production,” said Michael Reed, founder and president of Reed Rigging. “The on-site production team is comprised of some of the best in our business.”
About Reed Rigging
Chicago-based Reed Rigging, Inc. is the largest event rigging company in the Midwest. Its ETCP Certified Riggers have been providing event and theatrical rigging services for Concert Touring, Trade Shows, Film & TV, Corporate Events, Theatre and Specialized installations for over 18 years. Reed's clients have included the Dave Matthews Band, The Joffrey Ballet, Oprah Winfrey, McCormick Place, The City of Chicago, Fortune 500 Companies, and hundreds more. For more information please visit www.reedrigging.com.