Staging: Road Memories

Things can go wrong and get wacky on tour—just ask our intrepid columnist.

One of the fundamental requirements for any crew involved in staging a major production is the ability to redesign the day as they go. As many of us know from personal experience, plans often go awry, and it is always useful to exercise a little stoicism and restraint when required.

Everyone who travels in the pursuit of excellence in our industry has stories to tell — stories of last-minute roadblocks and solutions on the road. The following stories illustrate some of the things that

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