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October 9, 2010
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For our production, we went high tech! We hung a small, decorative flat from the top center of the proscenium, then projected a "power point" animation onto it. The rose was always there, but every now and then, it would drop a petal or two. At the end the operator pushed a keystroke and the last petal fell - right on cue!! Easy peasy!!Thomas
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November 15, 2010
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November 11, 2010
We used a plastic case (like a terarium) and placed it on a table. We used magnetic strips on each petal and attached them to the center of the rose. Each petal had a fishing line which went down the rose (at back) through the table and below stage. When a petal had to fall they pulled the fish line and a petal fell, each line was marked so they knew which petal to pull. The rose was large about 4-5" and each petal about 2" and was made of velvet material. From a distance with a fixed light it looked authentic.

November 10, 2010
We did something similar, We used a birdbath with a long stem rose affixed. This was always in view of the audience, but we also used the power point with petals dropping for the specific spots where the petals drop.