Renderings for Queen + Adam Lambert Rhapsody Tour

set rendering and video content for Queen + Adam Lambert Rhapsody Tour

Ric Lipson of Stufish Entertainment Architects created the stage design for Queen + Adam Lambert's current Rhapsody Tour, featuring lighting design by Rob Sinclair. "The stage shape emulates a traditional opera house with curved front edge and round pedestals at the sides for the band to step up and get closer to the audience at the edges of the arena," explains Lipson. "The stage features two lifts that are used within the show to bring members of the band from under the stage or to elevate them above the stage. To bring a further element into the audience, a 15m (45') catwalk extends from the stage to a large B-stage complete with revolving lift." Treatment Studio produced the video content in virtual 3D, which is then rendered on the fly in Notch, operated by Ed White. Click through the slideshow to view renderings of the stage design, and check out an in-depth look at the tour design here


  • Set Design: Stufish Entertainment Architects
  • Lighting Design: Rob Sinclair
  • Tour Director: Juliette Slater
  • Production Manager: Paddy Hocken
  • Lighting Director: Neil Holloway
  • Multi Camera Director: Jon Shrimpton
  • Disguise Programmer: Ed White
  • Laser Programmer: Seth Griffiths
  • Lighting Programmer: André Petrus
  • Lighting Crew Chief: Ron Schilling
  • Lighting Draughtsman: Luke Rolls



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