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Automating the Royal Shakespeare Theatre

The Royal Shakespeare Company has developed an innovative automated scenery system to meet the unusual demands of its home theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, and The Engineer went for a closer look.

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  • Do you have the technical specification form the teather and aprox. cost and time to do the complete job. We are the representative of CT here in CHile and I feel that this great job could be applied here in our Municpal teather but I will need more infomation if it is possible.
    Patricio Lagos

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  • You'd be best to contact CT in the UK directly. Though CT provided many of the components, the system was put together by Trekwerk in the Netherlands and the original idea came from the theatre itself so they may hold the IP.

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