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    There are a lot of great suggestions here.  One more I would offer is when you layout your rise and run on the 2x8 or 2x10 depending on your run use a framing square with trammel points if you have them... if not you have spend a little extra time as ...

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    I am looking to rent or buy Duloc costumes and a Lord Farquaad costume for a heavier set student. ------------------------------ Kelly Blackwood Lafayette TN ------------------------------

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    My best advice to you is to keep your rise to 6 inches and your runs to 12 inches, 4 feet in width.  Keep all the sets consistently the same, makes life a lot easier, latter. My favorite sort of stair set is created from a series of gates. Bill Raouls's ...

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    The Educational Theatre Association has been approved for a $36,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant in support of the ...

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