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Using low-lying fog for this effect, Phantom of the Opera happens to be my favorite Broadway show, and the Broadway shows we attended as teenagers served as our inspiration for bringing the magic of professional lighting and special effects as a company into Weddings and every other event we are hired to produce. Low-lying fog is heavily used in this Broadway show so we decided to add a touch of “theater magic” into this Wedding, after learning about the bride and groom’s selection for their first dance. It did take a some convincing for the venue managers to allow this, as their smoke alarms were sensitive and they had never seen this special effect, but thankfully a small demonstration using a dry-ice pellet dipped inside a cup of hot water excited them enough to want to see for themselves. Of course it also helped that the Hanover Manor staff was absolutely amazing to work with, thanks for allowing us the opportunity!

We decided to bring in the fog later on to add a “wow” factor during the climax of the song, and it seemed to have worked judging by the guest’s reaction.

Also notice the floating names on the clouds!!! That was created using a bright gobo projector. Enjoy!

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Using low-lying fog for this effect, Phantom of the Opera happens to be my favorite Broadway show, and the Broadway shows we attended as teenagers served as our inspiration for bringing the magic of professional lighting and special effects as a company into Weddings and every other event we...
Using low-lying fog for this effect, Phantom of the Opera happens to be my favorite Broadway show, and the Broadway shows we attended as teenagers served as our inspiration for bringing the magic of professional lighting and special effects as a company into Weddings and every other event we are hired to produce. Low-lying fog is heavily used in this Broadway show so we decided to add a touch of "theater magic" into this Wedding, after learning about the bride and groom’s selection for their first dance. It did take a some convincing for the venue managers to allow this, as their smoke alarms were sensitive and they had never seen this special effect, but thankfully a small demonstration using a dry-ice pellet dipped inside a cup of hot water excited them enough to want to see for themselves. Of course it also helped that the Hanover Manor staff was absolutely amazing to work with, thanks for allowing us the opportunity! We decided to bring in the fog later on to add a “wow” factor during the climax of the song, and it seemed to have worked judging by the guest's reaction. Also notice the floating names on the clouds!!! That was created using a bright gobo projector. Enjoy! <iframe src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/Kgo6Y5G-tC4" height="480" width="853" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0"></iframe>
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