On the Olivia Newton-John current national tour, the spotlight is on the shimmering Silver Satin backdrop provided by theatrical drapery rental supplier Rent What? Inc.
Olivia Newton-John on Tour with Rent What? Inc. drapes.
Online PR News – 07-November-2012 –Olivia Newton-John always lights up the stage with her amazing performances. On her current national tour, the spotlight also showcases as shimmering Silver Satin backdrop provided by theatrical drapery rental supplier Rent What? Inc. The drop, one of the featured fabrics in the company's backdrops for rent in the Silver Satin Series, was favored by Ms. Newton-John for its elegance, glamour, sophistication and ability to take the light and produce a multitude of effects at the whim of the lighting designer.
"This is a fabric that recalls the glamour and swag of yesteryear," commented Rent What? principal Megan Duckett. "When the producers expressed the quality and emotionality they desired in the staging, our Silver Satin drapery collection immediately came to mind. This is one of those materials that gives a wide palette of lighting choices, so staging and lighting designers love it."
“It's our role to help guide clients to new directions that excite and inspire them. We don't tell them what they need but by listening and offering a fresh range of possibilities we can expand their creative vision...”
Ms Duckett pointed out that once a client has presented what they are looking for generally, the professionals at Rent What? can direct the client to specific web pages to help them visualize various drapery choices via photos and videos. Recently added are expanded portfolio selections on the drapery company’s Flickr and YouTube pages.
"It's our role to help guide clients to new directions that excite and inspire them. We don't tell them what they need but by listening and offering a fresh range of possibilities we can expand their creative vision," said Ms Duckett. "They love this extra level of service. We're not a 'catalog' company as others might be."
The Silver Satin drape has also been featured on recent tours by Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson and John Mayer. Because the drapery treats lighting effects so individually, each tour bears its own unique visual signature despite the use of the same fabric series. "It's magical in that way," added Ms Duckett.
Images of the Silver Satin Drapery Series, which includes elements like giant satin swags, mini swags, bi-parting drapes, legs and borders as well as dramatic satin Austrian drapes, can be found at http://www.rentwhatinc.com/drapery_silver_satin.php. Over the past five years, Rent What? has risen to prominence as the premier drapery rental supplier of theatrical drapes and soft goods for the touring industry, driven largely by word-of-mouth. In addition to its wide selection of draperies and boasting an A-list clientele roster, the company promises a commitment to extreme customer care.
Additionally, Rent What? is regarded as unique for its "outrageously friendly" damage waiver that takes the worry out of touring expenses when it comes to damaged rental drapes. For a small optional fee, Rent What? assures fast and cost-free repairs that keeps the show on the road.
The Olivia Newton-John tour continues in November in Jackson, TN, San Antonio,TX, Kalamazoo, MI, Atlantic City, NJ, and other East Coast cities. For more tour information, go to http://olivianewton-john.com/tour.html
About Rent What? Inc.
Committed to providing an ultimate experience in both drapery rental products and customer service, Rent What? Inc. is proud to be woman owned and operated. The firm, located in Rancho Dominguez, CA, has set the stage for artists including Beyonce, R Kelly, Nickelback and Demi Lovato. In addition to its large inventory of Inherently Flame Retardant stage drapes, traveler tracks and portable dressing rooms, the company is widely regarded for its basic pricing schedules, innovative damage waiver policy and fast and friendly service. For information, contact Rent What? Inc. at (310) 639-7000 or visit www.rentwhatinc.com.