I have my own stage setup, tables and props. I ask for use of two straight-back, armless chairs. The P.A. system has one speaker which operates from a wireless microphone. This speaker is generally large enough to address an audience of 60-80 people placed in auditorium style.
'The Tragic Mrs. Lincoln' stage
The set-up takes 3 hours For picture displays, two six feet tables are useful, I have table coverings.
I need a private place to dress and prepare for my play, and before breakdown, I need a place to undress.
This can be an office, supply room, a private restroom, or some room of that nature.
Break-down takes around two hours.
This stage can be placed on the floor or risers of 18 inches to 24 inches very easily.
The stage setup is for The Tragic Mrs. Lincoln play. I use the same P.A. system for my Scarlett book review.
For the Scarlett presentation, I use a podium and I have several pictures on tripods as props. A dressing room is required.
This can be an office, supply room, or private restroom, or some room of that nature.