Every production has specific needs. Some shows have projection, some have water, and some even have animals among a long list of requirements. While a recent corporate meeting that I lit did not have any exotic animals, it did have its own set of challenges. As is typical in corporate theatre, there was a large ballroom to service 400 to 500 clients and employees with a stage for presentations. In addition, there were seven breakout rooms that contained meetings for approximately 50 ...

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