The lain reading of the Book of Revelation, without presuppositions, is that showing is being shown a sequence of events. People making analogies like "being shown several monitors in the control room of heaven" are causing unnecessary confusion.
This Blog was formally called MidSeventiethWeekRapture (and that's still the URL because I don't want all the existing links to die) but I changed because I'm no longer convinced the 70th Week of Daniel is eschatological. But I do still feel Revelation 11-13 on their own demonstrate a 7 year time period, with The Rapture/Second Coming at the Midway Point.
Remember that even the verse divisions were not in the original text, much less chapter divisions. And in the unique case of this book, when looking at it in Greek, almost every verse begins with the same word, Kai. A Greek word that means "and then", though how it's translated doesn't always make that clear. It's clearly defining what's happening there as following what happened before. The few exceptions are mostly places where the verse division was in the middle of someone talking.
Posts where I talk about this include.
Multiple Celestial Disturbance Events
The "Great City", can there be only one?
How many Second Comings are there?
Revelation repeats many things from Earlier in The Bible
Seals, Trumpets and Bowls
The Second Resurrection
Revelation 14:14-20, The Parusia and The Wrath of God
Who is Speaking in Revelation 16:15?