Friday, April 29, 2011


Powering the Dimmers

First of Day Safety Meeting


FOH Video Screen Hang

Hanging and running motors
From starting the day with a Safety Meeting, then Introducing the Production Team to the Local Crews. The work day is ready to starts. Nothing better to start the job then opening that 400 amp disconnect box. Power for Dimmers, Audio and run Chain Motors. We have the crews in Corpus Christi. In-House Production Union Stage Crews are working to install the Las Donas De la Corte, Buccaneer Days Royalty Coronation in the ABC Selena Theatre. This is a Annual Festival held in Corpus Christi thanks to Las Donas De la Corte. Go to to find more out about Folklorico Competition, Trail Ride, Roping Showdown, PRCA Rodeo, BBQ, Carnival and Parades.

When you need crews that work together, feel at home on stage, and know what it takes to install a show in Corpus Christi, TX. In-House Production in the company to call. KELLY WHITLOCK CAN TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR LABOR NEED FOR YOUR SPECIAL EVENT. She has the talented, and the crew.

The Final Set Look

She knows the crews, She know the jobs, She understands what it takes to stay within budget, and she know how to get the right talent for the right job at hand. IATSE Local 604 is our labor crews and what a job they do.


Wednesday, April 27, 2011


In-House Production will not be the same now days. Kyla Ferentz-Hughes and her husband Mark Hughes will be packing up all there goods and making the big move. They have decided to leave Sin City and try life in a quieter and slower part of the country.

There will always be a place for Kyla at In-House Production.

In-House Production has lost a good friend and a great team mate.  

Monday, April 11, 2011


Posted By Jim Wurm,

Electrical Service: The New Drayage 
If you're shocked by the escalation of gas prices lately you'll pass out when you hear what electrical services for trade shows can now cost.
According to Meeting News, gas prices have jumped more than 19 cents over the past three weeks, approaching the all-time high, according to the Lundberg Survey published Sunday. The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular is $3.76, the Lundberg Survey found. The previous survey three weeks ago found an average of $3.57. That means prices are now just 35 cents -- "within firing range" -- of the all-time high of $4.11 set in July 2008.

Not to be outdone by the hubris of the oil companies when it comes to setting prices, a recent show in Las Vegas charged $1,139 per hour to rent a condor, and $44 to rent an electrical cord for the show.
It would seem that exhibitor complaints about the cost of drayage may soon be drowned out by the gasps heard when they receive their electrical services invoices.

convention workers at work

Tags: electrical services

This came over the wire from EACA