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|Seattle Scenic Studios |
Description: Seattle Scenic Studios' mission is to serve as the region's lowest cost scenic fabricators producing professional, quality scenery on limited budgets. We are dedicated to assiting small non-profit arts and cultural organizations and the next generation of technical theatre artist in achieving their scenic dreams.
Wood, steel, scenic painting, fabrics, foam, whole sets, set elements, exhibits, stages, props, costume racks, sandwich board signs, banners, and more!
Added on: 06-Jan-2005 Hits: 531
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The International Theatre Design Archive
Description: "The International Theatre Design Archive" is a venture of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology whose mission is to actively promote the advancement of knowledge and skills in all aspects of design and production in the performing arts. This archive is intended to provide a valuable resource to the world by making use of the Wide World Web. "The International Theatre Design Archive" was initiated with "Project 2000" which intended to work toward providing links to two thousand scenic, costume, and lighting designs archived on the Internet by the year 2000.
Added on: 11-Oct-2004 Hits: 520
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Pacific Northwest Theatre Associates
Description: Having been in business for 27 years and with more than 30 full-time employees, PNTA is ready to fufil your needs. "We care about your show, your studio and production needs, your design challenges an we don't just sell products. We test products. We use them for events and exhibits. Staff members who also work in theatre use them in productions. Our technicians take equipment apart to see how it works."
Added on: 22-Jun-2004 Hits: 430
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