InterAmerica Stage donates work to community theaters, Mark Black said. “It makes us feel a part of something.” (Courtesy InterAmerica Stage)  Mark Black is the president and founder of InterAmerica Stage Inc., a specialty rigging and stage machinery company, which opened its doors in 1989. The company has worked on a raft of theaters in Florida, many of them historic theaters, including the Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse, Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce, Falk Theatre at the University of Tampa, Colony Theatre in Miami Beach, Polk Theatre in Lakeland, Actors Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre in Coral Gables, Olympia Theater in Miami; Athens Theatre in DeLand; The Coliseum in St. Petersburg; and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota. Other projects have included Northern Stage in White River Junction, Vt.,  and The Forum in Inglewood, California.  Black talked with Brad Weissberg of VenuesNow about how he got into the business… Continue Reading Q&A: Mark Black, InterAmerica Stage Inc. founder and president

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