The Syracuse, New York-based organization will provide 20 PowerLift automated hoists: 12 fixed speed hoists for electrics, border, legs, scrim, teaser and tormentor, and the Wenger diva acoustic shell; and eight variable speed hoists for moving scenery.  A single counterweight lineset will be used to raise and lower the house curtain.


The SceneControl 500 will control all 20 automated linesets.  Operators will be able to set cues, group battens to move together, and oversee what is moving on stage at any one time.


JR Clancy has been designing, manufacturing and installing theatrical stage rigging systems since 1885.


The Etta and Joseph Miller Performing Arts School in Jefferson City, Missouri, opened in 1926, and is used for concerts, lectures and theatrical performances.