Stage Kabuki Drop Resource


STAGE KABUKI DROP shares extensive information on all aspects of the Stage Kabuki Drop, a stagecraft technique and a release system that drops an open suspended curtain to the floor for a dramatic reveal.

If you are a theatrical stage practitioner (on or off stage), a stage Kabuki Drop can be used to add a dramatic wow-moment to your show or act. It is also a great device for product reveals for corporate events.

The website was created to share information on special theatre effects for use in theatrical productions, plays, musicals, shows and special events.

Enjoy your visit and feel free to leave a comment!

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Ideas for Kabuki Drops in Shows and Events
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History of Kabuki Theatre
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Evolution of the Kabuki Drop
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Basic Components of the Kabuki Drop
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Manual Kabuki Drop Systems
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Electronic Kabuki Drop Systems
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Linear Solenoid Kabuki Drops
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Electromagnetic Kabuki Drop Systems
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Double Kabuki Drop System
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