Let's talk about stage floors for a moment because they don't always get the attention they deserve. The floor of the stage serves two important purposes: it's the working surface for performers and it's the attachment surface to brace or lock down scenery. These functions have very different requirements, but both have to be worked into the floor design. Here's why.
Earlier this year we started working with New York's Target Margin Theater on converting a two story warehouse into a new studio theatre, rehearsal spaces, and office space. Two acoustically isolated rehearsal rooms were built at the beginning of the summer. When bids for the resilient stage floor were twice as high as expected the team decided that TMT could build it themselves.