2016 marked the 30th anniversary of Dragon Quest, one of Japan’s most popular role-playing computer game series, and for the first time, Dragon Quest was created into an original spectacle live show titled “Dragon Quest Live Spectacle Tour”. The show toured with great success in 5 cities from July 22 through August 31.
PRG Japan provided technical direction and production services for lighting, video, scenery, rigging, stage automation, flying effect and LED wrist bands.
London-based STUFISH designed the set and PRG Scenic Technologies in New Windsor made the DMX-control hoist system for the roll-down screens. PRG V476® control console was used to control the 52 roll-down screens to rise and lower individually and in groups, changing formations at each scene, and mapped video images projected on the screens created the digital scenery as the story on adventurous journey rolled on the stage.
Key parts of the expansive stage layout were the main center stage and island stages connected with a network of bridges. The four bridges linking to the center stage were designed to fly and PRG SpeedStar™ Variable Speed Chain Hoists were used to fly the bridges. PRG V-Command™ automation console controlled the movement.
For lighting, PRG provided around 300 moving and conventional fixtures including PRG Best Boy 4000 Spots, VL3000, Clay Paky Alpha Beam 700 and Impression X4.
PRG was proud to take part in this production that raised the bar in the Japanese live entertainment.
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