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Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The House of Dancing Water, Macau
Can't wait to watch this in January 2013.
The House of Dancing Water Theater was designed by world-renowned architects Pei Partnership and scenic designer Michel Crete. Unique in its kind, The House of Dancing Water Theater special design create a climate of intimacy between the audience and the performers.
This purpose-built theater contains one of the most spectacular commercial pools in the world, it is 26 feet deep and holding upto approximately 3.7 million gallons of water which is more than FIVE Olympic-sized swimming pools, and is one of the largest water-based theaters in the world.
The Automation (Hydraulic lifts)
During the show, 11 hydraulic stage lifts can transform the pool to a spectacular stage in less than a minute.
40 winches located in a 360 degrees performer catwalk on Level 4 are loading and unloading artists and most of the scenery props. It is 17 meters above the pool level.
The SFX (Fountains)
239 independent water jets built into the stage lifts, providing water fountain effects up to approximately 18 meters in height.
The Control Booth
The control booth is the nerve centre of our show. It is where technicians and stage management crews orchestrate The House of Dancing Water.
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