Don MacQueen June 19, 2006, 2:11 a.m. (Message 45581)
Re: Floor space per set?
We have a 20 ft by 32 ft stage we use at various Scottish Games. A single demonstration team dancing a square set dance can easily use most of it, especially in the 20 ft direction. Three sets can fit side by side comfortably if you're willing to forgo any dances with down the middle and back (i.e., "up" and "down" are in the 20 ft direction. I think I've seen four sets on it for audience participation, i.e., 10 feet per set in width and 16 feet per set in length. But that's pretty crowded, and again, the lower sets have no room for down the middle and back. -Don At 6:42 PM -0400 6/7/06, S. K. Graham wrote: >I'm calling around to various dance studios and other facilities to see if >some of them have reasonably priced sprung wood floors (please, no >laughter), and I'm trying to get a guess for about how many sets can fit in >different sized rooms. > >I have some intuitive ideas about how much space a set occupies, but I'm not >sure I can convert them into numbers. So does anyone have any guidelines >for how much space you need for a set in SCD (or for different numbers of >sets)? > >Thanks, > >Keith Graham >Atlanta, GA, USA >firstname.lastname@example.org -- ------------------------- Don MacQueen email@example.com California, USA -------------------------