Dyad Productions
TECHNICAL RIDER
Dalloway
Performer:
Rebecca Vaughan (07957 381317)
rebecca@dyadproductions.com
Dyad Productions
Performance:
BASIC INFORMATION
- DALLOWAY is a solo show, performed by Rebecca Vaughan.
- Rebecca will arrive between 10:30-11:00am on the day of the performance.
- This is a very intimate show and should be played as far DS as possible.
(Please see attached risk assessment Pg 3)
CREW REQUIREMENTS
This production does not tour with a technician and therefore requires:
- a minimum of ONE in-house technician for the get in
- a minimum of ONE technician to operate the show (if both LX and sound
cannot be operated from the same position then 2 technicians will be required to
operate the show) The show will be operated from a fully marked up script,
provided on the day.
- ONE technician to help with the get-out
RUNNING TIME
90 minutes straight through.
SCENIC ELEMENTS
The set includes (Please see photo on next page):
1 x Dancefloor (measures 5m wide x 4.5m deep – in 3 sections to be taped
together)
1 x white chaise longue
3 x white gauzes (5m high x 1.1m wide) to be hung from the grid on individual
conduit bars provided by Dyad, weighing less than 2kg. These will be ideally
rigged approx 4.5 metres from front of the stage/setting line.
The desired playing space is 6m x 5m, but it can be larger than this. The stage
needs to have complete black masking. To be played to DS to the setting line.
DRESSING ROOM REQUIREMENTS
1 dressing room with tea/coffee & ironing facilities. Please ensure that the shower
(if available) is clean and a fresh towel and soap are available.
SOUND REQUIREMENTS
Sound will be provided on the day of performance, via QLAB. Sound consists of
32 sound cues. Dyad Productions will provide the Apple Mac Laptop from which
to operate the SFX. The show should ideally have onstage speakers (ideally MSR
and MSL) to complement the FOH speakers.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Please ensure there is suitable parking for 1 car, which transports the set. Please
provide vegan refreshments for 1 person (sandwiches are fine) for approx 5pm.
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Dyad Productions, 75 Telford Court, Alma Road, St Albans, AL1 3BS, UK
Tel:+44 (0)7957 381317 e mail: rebecca@dyadproductions.com website:http://www.dyadproductions.com
LX REQUIREMENTS
There are 60 LX cues (IMPORTANT there are a number of specific follow-on/auto
cues: please contact us if this is a problem) See LX Programming sheet for details of cues
THE TWO WASHES (L205/L200) MUST BE PRE-RIGGED BEFORE
ARRIVAL. Specials can be rigged when Dyad Productions arrive at the venue.
There are 11 different lighting states: ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘C1 (SL)’, ‘C2 (CS)’, ‘C3 (SR)’ ‘D’,‘E’, ‘F’,
‘G’ & ‘H’ (See attached diagram for LX states)
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‘A’ - 2 x Open White Spots (profiles): One to be rigged CS on the first FOH bar
or overhead (a small pool of light (ie with iris) with hard focus) & other to be CS
FOH.
‘B’ - is 3 x Red Floor Lights (Lee 027) (preferably fresnels) to be placed
upstage behind each of the 3 white hangings. (The centre & SL can be paired)
‘C’ - a Warm Wash (using Lee 205) 6 lamps covering playing space (FOH &
overhead) Divided into SL (FOH/overhead), CS (FOH/overhead) & SR (FOH/overhead).
‘D’ - is a Blue Wash (using Lee 200) covering entire playing space (from FOH,
overhead and backlight) without bleeding into the masking.
‘E’ - 2 or 3 x Darker Warm FOH Wash (Lee 237) rigged FOH SL, CS, SR.
‘F’ - is a Lee 134 profile to be rigged FOH SL to be focussed on Chaise Longue.
‘G’ - 3 x Blue Back Lights (Lee 200) (preferably fresnels) to be rigged upstage
of each of the 3 white hangings - to be focussed through them.
‘H’ - open white birdie supplied by Dyad Productions PAT tested: 15amp plug
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Dyad Productions, 75 Telford Court, Alma Road, St Albans, AL1 3BS, UK
Tel:+44 (0)7957 381317 e mail: rebecca@dyadproductions.com website:http://www.dyadproductions.com
Dyad Productions - Risk Assessment
Performance
Dalloway
Updated: 09/11/2015
Show Details: Dalloway is a solo show, comprising of no set build. There are 3 x
light gauze hung from the grid, upstage, and a dancefloor.
DYAD will provide all furniture and props but does not travel with a touring
technician, therefore all generic risk assessments (working at height/with
electricity) should be covered by the venue.
Severity (S)
Likelihood (L)
Risk Factor (S X L) = RF
1 – Negligible
2 – Minor Injury
1 – Improbable
2 – Unlikely
0 – 6 – LOW (improve if possible)
3 – Lost time to injury
3 – May occur
7 – 15 – MEDIUM (RF above 12 further action required)
4 – Major Injury
4 – Possible/May occur
5 - Fatality
5 – Very Likely
Description of Risk/Hazard
People at Risk
16 – 25 HIGH (Immediate action
required)
Initial Assessment
S
L
RF
1
Hanging gauzes. Possibly Performer
could fall from the rig
2
3
6
LOW
2
Dancefloor taped
together
Performer
2
3
6
LOW
3
Back floor lights: trip
hazard
DS Birdie
Performer
2
3
6
LOW
Performer
2
3
6
LOW
4
Control Measures
Residual Risk
S L RF
1 Gauzes to be double-checked by theatre staff to ensure that they are 2
securely fastened to the rig before the performance. The gauzes are
also very light, reducing the likelihood of gauze falling and injury
caused by the gauze falling.
2 The dance-floor will be undertaped together, and then overtaped
2
(using dance-floor tape) to the stage, eliminating any trip hazard.
3 The performer will not need to cross at the back of the stage, and once 2
on stage, the performer remains on stage until the end of the show.
4 The performer will not have to pass the birdie in order to enter/exit the 2
stage space, and the birdie and its attendant cables will be taped down
to ensure there is no trip hazard.
1 2 LOW
2 4 LOW
1 2 LOW
2 4 LOW
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Dyad Productions, 75 Telford Court, Alma Road, St Albans, AL1 3BS, UK
Tel:+44 (0)7957 381317 e mail: rebecca@dyadproductions.com website:http://www.dyadproductions.com
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