When you are deciding to choose your theatre design the team at Moving Light Productions will make sure that all
areas are covered from technical design, auditorium through to even the seating plan and seat fabric you choose.
Theatre design is an important part of deciding upon the style of the theatre and we at MLP make sure that the technical
style of the theatre is covered. Our team has both Australian and International experience in production design, lighting
design, audio and theatrical building design. We make sure that your needs are covered when it comes to your theatre, school hall or large event centre.
SUCCESS IS BASED ON THE RIGHT APPROACH
When developing a venue the first thing the team at MLP choose is the ability to openly discuss the process. Seeing the complete picture equips us to deliver success on complex projects, such as the recently opened Mentone Grammar School in Mentone – who are now able to bring state of the art productions, lectures and events to their students – or to develop the technology brief that helped turn the Kilvington Grammar School's Theatre Hall, into a world-class hub for experimental art, dance and drama.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT FIT FOR YOUR VENUE
A state of the arts space must be adaptable to the ever evolving requirements of audiences, artists, programmers and developers. Increasingly, cultural and economic drivers require projects to be commercially and environmentally sustainable. We design versatile theatres for diverse programming. We do this with flexible staging, seating and technological infrastructure so that the venue can quickly adapt to maximise potential revenue. For Kilvington Grammar School Campus, our theatre consultants helped the architect fully integrate the new dimmer room and technological conferencing systems so that the hall’s visual impact was not compromised.
When it came to the Adamson Theatre, Wesley College, we were given a brief of transforming an 'Old Girl" into a state of the
art theatre that will take the school into the next 8 generations of students. At the time of viewing the theatre its main
problem was the fact that it had such a huge thrust stage (5mtres in depth) that never really had FOH lighting bars that would
be able to light the front of the stage. Moving Light decided to look at what would be the most affordable and creative best way of providing plenty of light for the large thrust. The team decided upon installing two motorised FOH bars 1 & 2 with 12 patch
outlets on each along with DMX and ethernet.