Problem The Lifeline Theatre in Chicago runs a season of main stage productions and a season of children’s shows at the same time and on the same stage. Children’s shows have to be staged on the downstage half of the stage, and the set must be struck after each performance. Generally, a drop goes up mid-stage to hide the main set, and props and set pieces from the main show are moved upstage during daytime performances. That leaves about 12' of depth for the children’s productions ...

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