A set of sliding double doors. These are flats painted to look like panel doors. 1v1.jpg
The sliding doors hang from a track that is mounted on a plywood "truss." 1v2.jpg
The rear view of the "trust." The truss is held up via 4x4 lumber secured to the floor and braced. 1v3.jpg
This rear view of the doors show the flats hanging from wheeled trucks running on a T-track. 1v4.jpg
Notice how wall flats are attached to the truss creating a frame around the doors. Since the doors are not supported be the wall flats, the walls won't shake while the doors are opened and closed. 1v5.jpg
A close look reveals that the doors can't pass by the 4x4 legs. Thus they can not fall off the end. 1v6.jpg
Here you can see a small c-clamp placed on the track so that neither door would close past the center of the door way 1v7.jpg
 This piece of flat metal runs inside the homemade track on the floor. This keeps the doors from swinging back and forth. It also aligns both doors so that they close evenly. 1v8.jpg
 We needed a second door inserted into this wall for another play. In using standard 4'x8' flat construction, we were able to insert a door unit into the wall.This bay window is not part of our stock. It was custom built atop a 2'x8' platform. 1v9.jpg
 This shows the garden background placed upstage of the bay window. The trees helped the illusion of a garden. You can see a red handled spring clamp and black tie line; this is stretching the backdrop. To the right of the photo is the shop. We could leave the door open as non of the back stage area could be seen. 1v10.jpg