From bedtime stories, to musical groups, to Hollywood feature films, “the rule of three” (Latin- “omne trium perfectum”) principle hints that forms of three are, at heart, more satisfying and effective than any other number of things. We could list the best things that comes in three, but we’d rather focus on our favourite of them all. When it comes to the rule of three, Vancouver event production literally sets the stage for phenomenal events. Let’s break it down into the trio of components that make Vancouver event production setup absolute perfection.
The Opener: Event Staging Setup
Think back to all the visually stimulating events you’ve witnessed; conferences, trade shows, general sessions, investor meetings, corporate theatre productions, exhibits, displays and political events. Before you heard the show or saw the entertainment, the atmosphere of the night was intentional, and event staging setup made sure of it. Whether you’re going for casual, or professional, or dazzling and enchanting, having the right event staging setup pulls together the feel of the event to get guests into the right swing from the get go. Vancouver event production can create a dynamic backdrop, central seating, unique décor and stage placement to draw attention to the right places. Build around your imagination to give your audience the focus for the main event.
Feature Act: Event Lighting Setup
Event lighting setup takes center stage of the Vancouver event production features trio. Giving your event an entertaining spotlight to capture audiences of all shapes and sizes, the lighting of the show is vital to an unforgettable night that keeps your audience at the edge of their seats. While keeping the focus on the speakers, dynamic lighting can be adjusted to fit the focus in the spotlight. With the right planning, event lighting setup can be the most exciting special effect Vancouver production setups offers – have it sweep across the backdrop or capture the emotion of a show with a subtle dim, or amp the excitement with quick halts on the speaker. It all depends on the show, and the mood, but the visuals here are key.