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Airborne Media Regulations


These regulations cover all airborne media used in UCSD Theatre and Dance department productions

Theatrical Fog:

Definition: Fog or smoke generated by high temperature theatrical fog machines such as the Rosco 1500/1600 or High-End F100.

UCSD Stock: Two (2) Rosco 1600 fog machines.

Allowed Usage: Five (5) seconds of usage for each sixty (60) minutes of the production. Maximum of five (5) seconds of constant output at any one time. Minimum of fifteen (15) minutes between uses.

Dry-ice Fog:

Definition: Fog generated by the combination of dry ice and hot water.

UCSD Stock: No machines in stock.

Allowed Usage: Unlimited usage.

Theatrical Haze:

Definition: Thin fog or haze generated by the atomization of mineral oil or water-based fluids.

UCSD Stock: One (1) MDG Atmosphere water-based hazer.

Allowed Usage: Water-based: Five (5) minutes of usage for each sixty (60) minutes of the production. Maximum of ten (10) minutes of constant output at any one time. Minimum of thirty (30) minutes between uses.

Oil-based: No usage allowed.

Other Media:

Definition: Any airborne media not described above.

UCSD Stock: None in stock.

Allowed Usage: Absolutely no usage allowed unless specifically discussed and approved by the Director of Theatre.

Combinations of Media:

Definition: Any two (2) or more of the above media used in the same production.

Allowed Usage: Must be specifically discussed and approved by the Director of Theatre.

 

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