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Gallatin High School Sets the Scene with Custom-designed Staging Upgrades

An expanded view of Gallatin High School's stage shows off its cherry veneer Bravado Acoustical Shell.

Gallatin High School (GHS), the newest secondary school in Bozeman, Mont., features top-notch, dedicated spaces for learning, athletics, and performing arts. Faced with the need to provide an adequate backdrop to its auditorium and present a welcoming performance setting for its events, the school turned to the experts at Staging Concepts, who custom-designed a new acoustical shell for the beloved GHS auditorium. To enhance the vibrant sounds and overall viewing experience, Staging Concepts recommended a Bravado acoustical shell system. Designed for grand spaces that require a full-stage system, the shell includes aluminum alloy towers comprised of movable panel wings that lock into place. Not only does this allow for a variety of configurations based on group size, but the towers' lightweight design makes transporting and storing them a simple and efficient process.

Among the key advantages of the Bravado shell is its customizability. The system's flexible design allows for easy adjustments and alterations as needed to accommodate different events and activities. The school's graduation ceremony, for instance, may call for a comprehensive set-up of the full shell system, whereas preparation for a student play might involve slight modifications to adjust the system's scope and scale.

"We designed this system to be flexible and easy to maneuver knowing that student crew members would likely be involved in the process," says Cindy Albrecht, director of sales and marketing for Staging Concepts, a division of Trex Commercial Products. "The modular components also allow schools to optimize the usability of their auditorium spaces by quickly and easily adjusting to meet the needs of different types of functions, from school assemblies and community meetings to one-act plays and solo performances."

In addition to improving sound quality and offering personalized arrangements, the Bravado shell also features a sleek, tasteful design. To compliment the appearance of the auditorium, officials at Gallatin High School selected a beautiful cherry veneer finish for its towers and shell panels. Further, the back wall serves both "a practical and aesthetic purpose in that it reduces space on stage and provides a clean, finished look behind the performers," notes Albrecht.

Now the entire auditorium at Gallatin High School is ready for some show-stopping performances. For more information, visit the link below.


(12 May 2021)

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