Breakthrough Productions
New York: 711-3 Koehler Avenue, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
North Carolina: Mooresville, NC 28115
  • CAD/ CAM Manufacturing

  • Carpentry

  • Metalworking

  • Scenic Art

  • Sculpture

  • Signage and Branding

  • Vinyl Installation

         Since the beginning our company has now grown into a team of artists, carpenters, designers, painters, and builders who work on projects of all types.  Between the team we have completed over 100 theatrical projects, multiple 2-5 semi-truck scenic tours, Large scale and small-scale scenic build outs, corporate theater stages, touring photo kits, multiple pop-up stores, and more custom bars and experiential events then we can probably count!  Our team of designers and craftsmen have  managed and produced hundreds of experiential events and our team works with multiple creative agencies to help bring the overall project to life, lending our expertise of building to the creative vision of the brand.

Its funny, There are companies out there who state you cant put a price on fabrication and scenic, because there are so many variables.....  We think that's crazy!  We pride ourselves on the fact that our proposals are as accurate as possible and very rarely have fluctuations, allowing our clients to be able to budget better and deliver a better experience to their client and the consumers.  

We are able to do this by implementing :

1. Shop wide efficiency

This allows us to control costs better than most

    By utilizing the latest in CNC technology and software

2. Building modular- 

So we can execute anywhere in the US

We build in future expansion and changes to help protect your investment


3. Thoughtful planning

We analyze every aspect of an RFP to ensure we are as thorough as possible

While still building in flexibility in materials to maximize budget

and most importantly


4. Attention to detail

The best compliment we can receive and what we always strive for is:

OMG, It looks like the rendering!

When we hear that, we know we've done our job right!

The only way to do that is to pay attention to the details from the very beginning