Sinodon Players on the optimum solution for their requirements the CP-X10000

Sinodon Players on the optimum solution for their requirements the CP-X10000

Corn Exchange, Wallingford, Oxfordshire

When the Sinodun Players drama company, a charitable trust, decided to stage a production of Terry Pratchett's 'Maskerade' (adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs) at their 176 seat theatre-cum-cinema in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, the director, Paul Cleverley, was faced with the prospect of having to present 31 fast moving scenes.

The decision was taken to try to use rear projection as one means of setting (and striking) scenes quickly and effectively, aided by the designs of BAFTA-nominated designer and animator Elphin Lloyd-Jones and using still and animated scenes.

After a period of consultation during which Hitachi advised the Sinodon Players on the optimum solution for their requirements. They provided the Players with...