[SML] Load-in for the Tony Awards

Brian Munroe brian at themunroes.com
Mon Feb 4 20:42:40 UTC 2019

With the permanent video wall at Radio City, and the video “legs” that have been a part of the Tonys design for several years now, there is less physical scenery than there was in the past. What show specific scenery there is has been built and paid for by the shows themselves. Whatever commercial shop built the show will almost always b3 the shop that builds the show’s Tony set.  Often the scenery is designed with an eye towards re-using the scenery for the tour, sometimes designed specifically for the Tonys. 

Brian Munroe
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> On Feb 4, 2019, at 3:27 PM, Edward Hunter via Stagecraft <stagecraft at theatrical.net> wrote:
> I've been wondering recently about the logistics of the Tony Awards. The two big questions are:
> 1) I assume the sets you see are specifically built for the awards show. What are the logistics of putting all the different shows into the one space? Getting them all built in time etc.
> 2) How much control do the lighting designers have over the plot? How do they organizing cueing, tech, etc. 
> -Ed
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