We custom manufacture durable, high-quality drapes of any type or size, including stage, house and acoustical drapery. We also provide lambrequins, cycloramas and scrims.

Our stage drapery includes:

  • Proscenium drapes

     These drapes create a sound and sight barrier between the audience and stage and are also called front drapes

  • Making drapes

     These drapes are located behind the proscenium and hide stage and lighting equipment and backstage areas.

  • Valances

  • Borders

     We offer border drapes to hide lights and equipment above the stage.

  • Legs

     Also known as side drapes, legs conceal off-stage areas and create wings for entrances and sidelights.

  • Travelers

    This drape divides a stage to create a smaller space and hide equipment or backdrops. They’re available in one or two panels.

  • Cycloramas

    These rear drapes are used with special lighting to create the illusion of a sky for exterior scenes. The fabric comes in single-color drops and can be painted or printed.

Our scrims include:

  • Sharkstooth scrims

    A sharkstooth scrim can be light from the front for an opaque effect or the back to make it translucent.

  • Leno-filled scrims

    This is another type of sharkstooth scrim with filled holes often used to project abstract shapes and patterns on its highly reflective surface.

Tiffin Scenic Studios also produces:

  • House drapery

    These drapes are found in the audience and can be used to decorate and conceal entryways or skirt the edge of a balcony.

  • Lambrequins

    This ornate decorative drapery includes embellishments such as swags, jabots, fringe, medallions, tassels and roping.

  • Acoustical drapery

    Our acoustical drapery controls sound vibrations and insulates the performance space.

  • Historical replication

  • Flame retardancy

    Building codes require that all theater drapes be flame retardant. Tiffin Scenic Studios offers Inherently Flame Retardant (IFR), Flame Retardant (FR) and Durably Flame Retardant (DFR) drapery.

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