Off Broadway Electrifies Greased Lightning

Our Scenic Resource Gallery is a wonderful source of stories and examples of how users from all around the world use Rosco scenic products. Below is one of the stories we found in the gallery to...

Chanda Goldsworthy November 07, 2016 Questions?

Tough Prime Black The Perfect Choice For Stage Floors

Matthew Timoszyk, the Technical Supervisor of the Historic Oroville State Theatre in Oroville, CA, recently tagged us in some photos on Facebook that showed how he prepped his stage deck for the...

Joel Svendsen November 01, 2016 Questions?

Reflecting The Geometry of Music

The concert entitled The Geometry of Music: Harold Scott MacDonald Coxeter was a part of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Intersections Series. Krista Blake was the curator of the series and described...

Chanda Goldsworthy September 22, 2016 Questions?

Prime and Smooth Props and Costumes with FlexBond

Have you ever heard of Worbla? Originally created for the popular world of Cosplay, Worbla is a range of innovative, non-toxic thermoplastics that any prop or costume artisan can use to create armor,...

Chanda Goldsworthy September 08, 2016 Questions?

Manufacturing Ramshackle and Distressing "Fences"

In this story, which was originally published in Stage Directions Magazine, Lydia Lopez, a scenic intern at Arizona Theatre Company, explains how she and the other ATC scenic artists used Rosco Off...

Joel Svendsen August 26, 2016 Questions?

Introducing Furniture Designers To Rosco's Supersaturated Hues

Jenna Goldberg is an artist that primarily works making furniture and jewelry boxes. Recently, she attended the 20th Annual Furniture Society Conference in Philadelphia, where she headed up a...

Jenny Knott July 26, 2016 Questions?

Any Way You Slice It – FoamCoat Is The Best Choice For Coating A Foam Sculpture

Josh Kigner, a freelance theatrical designer, was hired by Fort Point Theatre Channel to design scenery and props for a new play that was debuting at Boston Playwrights Theatre. The script called for...

Chanda Goldsworthy July 14, 2016 Questions?

Creating A Plank Wood Floor With Scenic Paint

John H. Jones, the Master Carpenter for Pierce College Theatre Department, was presented with a challenge. The Performing Arts Building was undergoing a renovation and had a temporary Masonite...

Jenny Knott June 23, 2016 Questions?

CrystalGel – A Costumer’s New Best Friend

Costumers often choose a fabric for a number of reasons, including its feel, color, translucency and weight. Oftentimes, however, that fabric needs to be modified to fit the needs of the production....

Joel Svendsen May 26, 2016 Questions?

Painting The Heavenly Groundcloth for “Earthquakes In London”

I was about to start working on the University of Minnesota's Earthquakes In London at the Guthrie Theater's Dowling Studio, when I had a “scenic artist lottery winning moment.” My designer, Torry...

Angelique Powers May 05, 2016 Questions?