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Ferloscardo - technical rider

ferloscardo

technical rider

1. stage and set

The stage should be at least 12m wide (+ backstage and service area), 10m deep and the grid must be at least 6m high.
The stage floor must be levelled (no inclination at all) and non reflective black in all acting areas.
The backdrop should be at least 2m larger then the proscenium opening and the legs and/or other drops should be placed to create a black box preserving stage entrances on the upper left and right stage as well as both sides down stage.

To set up our set we will need 3 4m long 50mm pipes and 9 fixed angle braces (to work with the same pipes and the fly bars) to stabilize 3 fly bars thus building a fixed, 4m deep grid. On this grid we'll fix 12 50mm hooks (4 on each bar) securing multiple wooden sheaves. These sheaves will be used to suspend electrical wiring and light bulbs wich will be operated by the actors during the performance. Our company supplies sheaves, hooks, electrical wiring and all necessary accessories for the operation (we will need about 100kg of counterweights to secure our stage set on two different locations).

We will crush 3 raw eggs during the show; there must be a possibility to clean the stage with clear water right after the performance.

2. Lighting gear

If possible, the house lights should be controlled by DMX.
We need total blackout during most of the performance, so any light source like structural openings and any other light source that might interfer with the stage lighting must be covered or dimmed during our show.

Lighting material to be supplied by the venue:

the drawing below is just an example, please send us a sketch of your venue we'll try to adapt the technical specifications.

3. Sound

Public Address: Stage Sound: Process:
F.O.H. mixing desk:

Channels List:

position

channel

description

mike / DI

stand

insert

11kickAKG D112 / M88TGsmallcomp. 1
12overhead leftAKG CK391 / SM81 / MCE83large
13overhead rightAKG CK391 / SM81 / MCE83large
34loop stationBSS AR133
35bassBSS AR133comp. 2
36badalaikaMCE 83 / SM57small
37concertina / percussionAKG CK391 / SM81 / MCE83medium
28guitarBSS AR133comp. 3
29keysBSS AR133comp. 4
210loop station 2BSS AR133
211vocalSM58large
412clarinett / light percussionsMCE83 / SM57medium
413clarinettMCE83 / SM57large
wireless14clarinett 2lavalier clip (AKG CK77 / MK2)
wireless15clarinett 3lavalier clip (AKG CK77 / MK2)
center16acc. guitarMCE 83 / SM81 / AKG CK391medium
F.O.H.17ambiencePCC160 / PZM6D
F.O.H.18ambiencePCC160 / PZM6D

The sound system should be set up and ready for testing at the arrival of the company.

3. Drawings (sketches)

in some systems this sketch might not be complete, for accurate information please refer to this file in AutoCad 3D 2004 DWG format, compressed DXF 3D or in encapsulated Postscript
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4. Work schedule




local technicians

day

period

tasks

sound

light

rigging

stagehands

1

morning

setup set / light / sound

2

3

2

2

afternoon

soundcheck / focus / runthru

2

2

1

0

night

general rehearsal

1

1

1

0

2

morning

0

0

0

0

afternoon

rehearsals / corrections

1

1

1

0

night

performance / breakdown

2

3

2

0

3

morning

breakdown / load in

0

0

0

2

please confirm the warmup time for the artists on every performance day


4. Dressings rooms and backup spaces

We will need 2 dressing rooms (at least one of them with a warm water shower) for 4 persons each.
The access to the stage and to the sound/lighting both should be as direct as possible and not accessible to the audience.
Please provide at least 1l of still mineral water for each of our crew members every of or stay.
If possible, we would like to have wired (LAN) internet access in at least one of the dressing rooms.

5. Laundry service

There might be the need of dry cleaning for several trousers and shirts.
Please confirm on upon the companies arrival.

6. Contacts

lights, rigging and technical direction:
Anatol Waschke
anatol[at]anatol[dot]biz
+351 914 937 950
www.anatol.biz

sound:
Inês Lamares
ines[dot]lamares[at]tvtel[dot]pt
+351 919 810 747

production and administration:
COTÃO / Fernando Romão
Escadinhas do Carmo 3 Porta 1
2000-018 Santarém, PORTUGAL
ferloscardo[at]gmail[dot]com
+351 960 085 387
+351 969 702 119
ENTR'ACTE
Inês Lopes - +351 96 54 77 328
Giacomo Scalisi - +351 91 67 35 328

document copyleft by Anatol Waschke