Stage Left Props is your source for professional grade properties, stage design, and technical consultations. Our breadth of knowledge ranges from production logistics, running a show, lights, sound, and many other facets in the entertainment business. Members of Stage Left Props have also been key members in the technological overhaul and renovations of two historic buildings in Kilgore, Texas.
Ethan and Jesse Herring first started their theatrical career stationed stage left for shows; in addition, the first props they ever built was in the Stage Left wing of a local auditorium (which is where they got their name).
The Herring Brothers started Stage Left Props in early 2014 when the World Famous Kilgore College Rangerettes needed someone to take over deviant prop contracts for their quickly arriving spring show. They were able to complete these large contracts in less than three weeks thus creating Stage Left Props.
With a combined 19yrs in the entertainment, theatre, and dancing industries, Ethan and Jesse Herring serve as the prop masters for the World Famous Kilgore College Rangerettes. Purely self-taught, their services and expertise span over a variety of mediums (woods, plastics, silicones, clay, epoxies, paint, and even leather). From small masks to a 52' wide stage extension, their props have been in performances for crowds ranging from 1,400-82,000 people up to 28 million broadcast viewers during the Cotton Bowl Classic Halftime Show.
Every job is different. We work with our clients to come up with unique solutions for unusual problems
Ranging from 52ft by 24ft stage extensions to small hand props, Stage Left Props has the experience you are looking for.
Sometimes it's more economical to reskin or refinish a prop to give it a new life.
We have expanded our services to 3d printing. Send us the files and we will print it out for you.
Let our work speak for itself
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"We loved the props and how the routine turned out! [Stage Left Props] was very easy to work with, and went above and beyond to make sure to provide what we needed!"
— Miranda Clifton,
Drill Team Director Huntington ISD