Technical Specifications for The Palladium at the Center for the

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Technical Specifications for
The Palladium
at the Center for the Performing Arts
This document is subject to change.
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Table of Contents
Staff contacts .................................................................................................................. 2
General description ........................................................................................................ 3
Driving directions ............................................................................................................. 5
Miscellaneous equipment ................................................................................................ 7
Electrics........................................................................................................................... 8
Audio ............................................................................................................................. 12
Dressing rooms ............................................................................................................ 21
Drawings ...................................................................................................................... 22
updated May 21, 2013
Technical Specifications for
The Palladium
at the Center for the Performing Arts
Stage door &
loading dock/shipping address:
1 Center Green
(SW corner of City Center Dr and
3rd Ave. SW – see map)
Carmel, IN 46032
317-819-3525
Mailing address:
The Center for the Performing Arts
355 City Center Dr
Carmel, IN 46032
317-660-3373
317-660-3374 (fax)
Time zone: Eastern
http://www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org/index.aspx
Staff Contacts
Scheduling, backline, parking, general
information:
Travel, ground transportation, hotels,
catering, hospitality:
Kyle Lemoi, Director of Production
317-819-3493 (o), 916-337-5261 (m)
[email protected]
Ellen Kingston, Artist Concierge
317-695-4419 (m)
ek[email protected]
Audio:
Lighting:
Jeff Steeg, Lead Audio Engineer
317-819-3490 (o)
[email protected]
Sarah Kattau, Master Electrician
317-819-3489 (o)
[email protected]
Merchandise:
Box office/comp tickets:
Brian Seitz, Patron Services Manager
Sharon Holyoak
317-819-3507 (o)
317-819-3524 (o), 317-698-8251 (m)
[email protected] [email protected]
General Description
The Palladium is based upon the traditional “shoe box” shape concert hall with high
ceilings and massive, sound-reflecting walls. With seating for 1,600 patrons,
approximately half of those being located on the main floor, the Palladium provides
audiences with acoustically and visually intimate setting for a wide variety of music
performances. 360° seating. The Center for Performing Arts is a smoke free campus.
Stage size:
 Down stage width (wall to wall) – 60’- 0”
 Mid stage width (pillar to pillar) – 58’- 0”
 Depth on CL – 43’-0”
 Max canopy height – 49’-0”
NOTES
 There are no stairs from the stage directly to the audience.
 No smoke or haze machines allowed. Dry ice fog acceptable (aqua foggers
only).
 In-house rigging, audio, and lighting only.
 The Presenter reserves the right to limit all sound levels – max 98 dB spl.
 Presenter requests that all artist sound technicians listen to our own audio
technician due to the unique nature of the hall
Stage door
NW corner of the building – Security desk – 317-819-3525
Loading dock
NW corner of the building (see map) – 1 truck bay w/48” dock height with leveler –
same level as the stage – approximately fifty feet (50’) from stage – level ground
Parking
Parking spaces for 3-45’ buses and 1 tractor & 53’ trailer.
2 – separate shore power hookups, water
Internet
Public Wi-Fi: CPA Guest – no password required.
Pianos
2 – 9’ Steinway concert D – A-440 tuning
Wardrobe Facilities
2 washers, 2 dryers, 2 steamers, 3 irons, 3 ironing boards.
Video Projection
There is no in-house video projection equipment.
NOTE
There are no stairs from the stage directly to the audience.
Driving directions to the Palladium
http://www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org/Plan-a-Visit/Map-Directions.aspx
Truck – driving directions to the Palladium
From I – 465 (north of Indianapolis) take the US 31/Meridian Street exit (#31) proceed
north – 1.8 miles
Turn right (east) onto E 116th Street – 1.7 miles
Turn left (north) onto S Range Line Road – 1.0 miles
Turn left (west) onto City Center Drive – 0.25 miles
Turn left (south) onto 3rd Ave SW
The Palladium’s loading dock is on the SE corner of 3rd Ave SW and W City Center Dr.
► TRUCKS OVER 19,000 LBS. ARE NOT ALLOWED ON N KEYSTONE AVE
►THE E 126TH ST EXIT FROM N KEYSTONE AVE HAS A ROUNDABOUT
From I – 465 Eastbound (north of Indianapolis)
Take the US 31/N Meridian Street exit (#31) turn left (north) – 1.8 miles
Turn right (east) onto E 116th Street – 1.7 miles
Turn left (north) onto S Range Line Road – 1.0 miles
Turn left (west) onto City Center Drive – 0.25 miles
Turn left (south) onto 3rd Ave SW
From I – 465 Westbound (north of Indianapolis)
Take the IN 431/N Keystone Ave exit (#33) turn right (north) – 3.3 miles
Take 126th Street exit
Turn left (west) onto E 126th Street (roundabout) – 1.3 miles
E 126th becomes City Center Drive at S Range Line Road
Turn left (south) onto 3rd Ave SW
From Indianapolis International Airport (IND) – 35.8 miles – 46 minutes
Note the Interstates near the airport are under construction – the actual route may
change due to construction
Take I – 70 E exit from the airport
Merge onto I – 465 N
Merge onto I – 465 E
Take the US 31/N Meridian Street exit (#31) turn left (north) – 1.8 miles
Turn right (east) onto E 116th Street – 1.7 miles
Turn left (north) onto S Range Line Road – 1.0 miles
Turn left (west) onto City Center Drive – 0.25 miles
Turn left (south) onto 3rd Ave SW
The Palladium is on the SE corner of 3rd Ave SW and City Center Drive
From downtown Indianapolis – 15.6 miles – 30 minutes
Take N Meridian Street north – 13.1 miles
Turn right (east) onto E 116th Street – 1.7 miles
Turn left (north) onto S Range Line Road – 1.0 miles
Turn left (west) onto City Center Drive – 0.25 miles
Turn left (south) onto 3rd Ave SW
The Palladium is on the SE corner of 3rd Ave SW and W City Center Drive
From Renaissance Hotel Carmel – 1.5 miles – 4 minutes
Exit the parking lot – go straight onto City Center Drive – 1.5 miles
The Palladium is on the SE corner of 3rd Ave SW and City Center Drive
Turn right onto 3rd Ave SW
Mileage and times are estimated
Chairs / stools / music stands
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130 Wenger musicians chairs
16 Wenger cello chairs
10 Wenger bass stools
125 Wenger Bravo music stands
120 Manhasset stand lights
4 cushion bar stools
Risers
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26 - 4 x 8 Wenger Versalite risers (6 legs per section)
24 – misc size triangle/trapezoid shaped Wenger Versalite risers
42 – 8” legs
50 – 16” legs
60 – 24 legs
96 – 32” legs
Misc. chair stop, safety rails
2 – step units 24” or 32”
5 Wenger Signature 4-step choral risers
Dance Floor
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Harlequin Studio Floor 58’ w x 30’ d
Misc Equipment
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Carpet runners
4 – 4-wheel rolling carts
2 – 2-wheel dollies
1 – Johnson bar
1 – Genie AWP 40 – 40’ h AC(power) work platform
2 – 12’ step ladders
2 – 8’ step ladders
Electrics
Dimmers
 480 ETC 2.4k double high-rise dimmers
o 416 are dedicated to production lighting, dimmer per circuit
o 64 are dedicated to house lights
Control
 ETC Eos with one 40-fader wing and 2 external touch-screen monitors.
o 2 ETC radio remote focus unit
o 1 iPad with iRFR app
 ETC Net3 drops located at each circuit position, in the lighting control booth, the
projection control booth, and in the center of the house
 Remote Viewing Interface with 2 touch-screen monitors available
 House lights run either through Paradigm Control, located in the lighting control
booth and backstage right, or through Eos
Connectors
 Dimming circuits are 2p & g (stage pin)
 Non-dim circuits are L5-20 connectors (twist) – limited number of adapters
available
Hang and Circuit Positions
 FOH Gallery, approximate throw 90 feet. Contains 24 dimmable and 4 non-dim
circuits.
 Trusses
o Truss A (FOH), approximate throw 75 feet. Contains 24 dimmable and 3
non-dim circuits.
o Truss B, trimmed according to canopy height. Contains 20 dimmable and
3 non-dim circuits.
o Truss C (forestage), approximate trim 40 feet. Contains 24 dimmable and
4 non-dim circuits.
o Truss D (downstage), approximate trim 40 feet. Contains 24 dimmable
and 4 non-dim circuits.
o Truss E (midstage), approximate trim 40 feet. Contains 24 dimmable and
4 non-dim circuits.
o Truss F (upstage), approximate trim 40 feet. Contains 24 dimmable and 3
non-dim circuits.
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On stage: 20 circuits and 3 non-dim circuits each stage left and stage right.
There is one floor pocket down center on the stage contain 4 dimmable and 1
non-dim circuit each. Please note: due to the unique nature of seating in the
hall, floor booms at the sides of the stage (ie, for dance) are not permitted.
4 dimmable and 1 non-dim circuit per house box throughout hall on the Box Tier
(approximately 20’ above deck) and Mezzanine (approximately 35’ above deck)
Levels.
Fixtures
All fixtures are factory-painted white unless otherwise noted and include color frames, cclamps, and safety cables as necessary. Some 10” fixture floor bases are available.
 124 ETC with Source Four PAR-MCM 575W
 12 ETC Source Four 10-Degree
 6 ETC Source Four 5-Degree, black, permanently mounted in FOH Gallery
 8 ETC Source Four 14-Degree with Apollo Right Arm permanently mounted on
Truss A
 8 ETC Source Four 36-Degree with SeaChanger Tungsten Profile, permanently
mounted upstage
 6 Vari-Lite VL3000Q Spot, permanently mounted on Truss A
 30 Vari-Lite VL1100 TI – 5 each on trusses E, F – 6 on truss C – 3 on turss D –
11 on truss B.
 3 Robert Juliat Aramis 2.5kw follow spot with 6-frame boomerang in followspot
booth; approximate throw 110 feet
Orchestra Lighting
Standard orchestra lighting includes 60 par downlights and 15 pars high on either side
of the stage. 120 40-watt music stand lights and 12 6-circuit orchestra stringers with
triple taps are available on request; these fixtures are dimmable at a console backstage
right or are easily integrated into the production lighting system and controlled through
Eos.
Cue Lights
All cue lights are controlled through a console that can be connected in the lighting
control booth or backstage right. Lights are located throughout the facility – in all control
areas, at stage doors, and in the choral terrace. There is a red spotting light located at
box tier level in the center of the house.
Company Switches / Power Disconnects
Three-phase 120/208VAC company switches are located throughout the building. All
switches contain both lugs for tails and cam-lock connectors (all female); male-to-male
ground and neutral turnarounds are available upon request. All feeder cable used must
be rated at or above the capacity of the switch.
 Loading Dock: 1 200A switch
 Upstage Right: 2 400A switches with double neutrals; Lex adjustable breaker box
capable of limited to 100-250A
 Stage Left: 1 200A isolated ground switch (for audio use only)
 Attic: 3 400A switches with double neutrals; one provides power to the moving
light pagoda above Truss A
 Followspot Booth: 1 400A switch with double neutrals
 East Lobby (Orchestra Level): 1 100A switch with double neutrals
 Multipurpose Room (East Lobby, Box Tier Level): 1 200A switch and 1 100A
isolated ground switch (for audio use only)
 Lighting Control Booth (Southwest Lobby, Orchestra Level): 1 100A switch with
double neutrals
Data Distribution
 15 ETC Net3 2-port gateway – white
 1 ETC Net3 4-port gateway – white
 Ethercon Cable
o 5 – 5’ Ethercon
o 3 – 25’ Ethercon
o 2 – 50’ Ethercon
 DMX Cable
o 30 – 5’ DMX
o 50 – 10’ DMX
o 10 – 15’ DMX
o 20 – 25’ DMX
o 5 – 50’ DMX
o 16 – DMX terminator
o 4 – DMX male to male turnaround
o 5 – DMX 5-pin to 3-pin adapter (set)
Power Distribution
 1 50’ 2/0 feeder set, 3Ø, permanently installed in attic above Truss A
 1 12 circuit 220V moving light pagoda, permanently installed in attic above Truss
A
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Stage Pin Cable (20A 2P&G)
o 80 – stage pin 2-fer
o 15 – 3’ stage pin
o 15 – 5’ stage pin
o 15 – 10’ stage pin
o 10 – 25’ stage pin
o 5 – 50’ stage pin
L5-20 Cable (20A Twistlock)
o 40 L5-20 2-fer
o 20 – 5’ L5-20
o 30 – 10’ L5-20
o 25 – 25’ L5-20
o 5 – 50’ L5-20
Edison Cable (15A NEMA 5-15 U-ground)
o 20 – 10’
o 20 – 25’
o 5 – 50’
o 3 – 100’
Multi Cable
o 1 – 19’
o 1 – 25’
o 2 – 50’
o 1 – 75’
o 1 – 100’
o 4 – 6-circuit male stage pin break in, 3’
o 4 – 6-circuit female stage pin break out, 10’ fanned
Adapters
o 10 – male Edison to female L5-20
o 10 – male L5-20 to female Edison
o 10 – male stage pin to female L5-20
o 10 – male L5-20 to female stage pin
o 10 – male stage pin to female Edison
o 10 – male Edison to female stage pin
Audio
General Information
 The speaker system is driven by one Meyer Sound Galileo 616 processor. This
allows the venue to work with a variety of FOH consoles to drive the system.
Typically we request at least Left, Right, Fill, and Sub feeds from the FOH
console, but we can accommodate a number of different configurations.
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The Front of House mix position is located in the center orchestra level between
rows X and Z (75’ from stage). The sound booth is located at the back of the
orchestra level, opposite the lighting booth with a permanently installed window.
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If you decide to use your own equipment and bypass our infrastructure, a snake
of at least 300 feet will be needed to run from stage left to the FOH mix position.
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There is a 200 Amp, Isolated Ground power supply for Audio. This company
switch is located in the stage left anteroom. Please see the electrics section for
more information.
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On stage monitor equipment is setup stage left in order to access the cable
pass-throughs and dedicated power.
View From Center Stage to Standard
Monitor Position (Red Box).
View From Monitor Position to
Center Stage.
House Mix Position
 Consoles:
o FOH: DigiCo SD9 (w/ 2 D-Racks, 32 In x 8 Out)
o Monitors: Yamaha PM5D (48 mono, 4 stereo input)
 In-House Split
o Horizon 3-Way Transformer Split
o 48 XLR Inputs, 3 W4 Outputs
Main Amplified Speaker System
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The Main Amplified Speaker System is a traditional Stereo System. It utilizes (2)
Flown Line Arrays, On Stage Front Fills, Subs, and Auxiliary Fill Speakers.
As the hall has a very live response, running above 98 dB spl is not
recommended.
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Main Amplified System:
Please see photos at end of section for a closer view at speaker system.
o Left/Right Flown Arrays
 (9) Meyer Mica
o Left/Right Ground Stack
 (1) Meyer UPJ-1P
 (1) Meyer 600-HP Sub
o On-Stage Front Fills
 (5) Meyer UPM-1P
 Cabling runs along the downstage edge of the stage.
o Flown Fills
 D-Truss (Mezzanine/Box Tier Left/Right)
 (2) Meyer UPA-1P
 F-Truss (Upstage)
 (6) Meyer UPM-1P
 G/H Truss (Gallery Left/Right)
 (2) Meyer UPM-1P
o Under-Balcony Fills
 (50) QSC AD-C|52ST
 Powered by (4) Lab Gruppen C10:4X amplifiers
o Choral Terrace Fills
 (3) Meyer UPA-1P
 At least (2) of these must be deployed if the Choral Stage level is
sold, all (3) must be used if the Choral Terrace is sold.
Concealed Announce System:
This system is used during our non-amplified events and is designed for speech
reinforcement only.
o Columnar Arrays
 (2) Renkus-Heinz Iconyx IC-8
 Installed in Main Orchestra Level
 (2) Renkus-Heinz Iconyx IC-16
 Installed in Choral Terrace
o Under-Balcony Speakers (See Above)
o Front Fills
 Permanently installed in Stage lip
 (11) D&B E3 speakers, powered by (12) d&b AudioTechnik
D-6 amplifiers
o Delay Fills (High South Balcony)
 (2) Meyer UPA-1P
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Monitor Speakers
o (10) Meyer UM-1P
o (4) Meyer MJF-212A
o (4) Meyer CQ-2
o (22) D&B E3 Low-Profile Monitors (12 channels of D&B d6 Amplifiers)
Communication System (Clear-Com)
 Permanently Installed
o (3) RM-704 4-channel station
 (1) unit is located in each of the following positions:
 Stage Manager Position, Lighting Control, FOH
o (3) HB-702 2-Channel Station
 Located in House Manager Panels w/HS-6 handsets
 Portable System
o (10) KB-702 2-channel speaker stations
o (4) RS-602 2-channel Beltpacks
o (24) RS-601 1-channel Beltpacks
o (4) HME Pro850 System Beltpacks
 Wired to Channels A&B of Clearcom system
o Headsets
 (20) CC-95 Single-Muff
 (4) CC-260 Double-Muff
 (12) CC-95 Lightweight
 (2) HS-6 Handset
Program Feed and Paging
 House and backstage program feed is supplied via a mix from Galileo processor.
This covers backstage, public areas, dressing rooms, green room, and basement
areas.
 Program and paging is controlled by Symetrix processors.
 Paging can be made from any House Manager Positions, Stage Manager Rack,
FOH, or Sound Booth. Coverage for paging is the same as program feed.
Recording System (Sound Booth)
 The recording system is an Avid Pro Tools HD2-Accel with 48 Cobranet inputs or
8 analog inputs.
 Computer
o Apple MacPro 8-Core
o (2) 20” Apple Cinema Displays
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I/O
o (2) Digidesign 192 Digital: 16 In x 0 Out Each
o (1) Digidesign 192 I/O: 16 in (16 AES or 8 AES/8 Analog) x 8 analog out
o (2) Yamaha NHB-32 Cobranet to AES Converter
Digital Snake (Used only for Record Feed)
o Whirlwind E-Snake
 (3) ES-2 Frames
 (6) ESTRMI Input Cards
 (2) ESMLO Output Cards
 (4) 12 in x 4 out stage boxes
o Gain staging performed by E-Snake control software
Studio Monitors
o Tannoy Precision 6D Speakers
Video Monitor
 Permanently Installed-Balcony Level, Center
o (1) Sony SSC-DC374 Color
o (1) Ikegami ICD-47 Low-Light Black and White.
 Portable
o (2) Ikegami ICD-38 Black and White
 These video feeds are available at the Stage Manager position via a Marshall
dual lcd monitor.
 There are (10) 32” LG LCD and (10) 20” LG LCD Flat Panel TVs located
throughout the building that receive the color camera feed.
 Backstage, Green Room, Dressing Rooms, and Basement offices have 17” LCD
monitors for this feed as well.
Assistive Listening System
 Listen Technology
o (40) LR-42 IR Headset
o (24) LR-44 IR Receiver
o (14) LA-165 Stereo Headphone
o (10) LA-166 Induction Neck Loop
Audio/Video Tie Lines
 Combination panels and Multi-Mode Fiber are located throughout the building.
Please contact House Staff for details.
Microphones
o AKG
 (2) D112
 (6) C414
o DPA
 (4) 4006
 (4) 4011
o Earthworks
 (4) M30
 (4) SR30
o Neumann
 (6) KM140
 (4) KM184
o Sennheiser
 (1) e901
 (1) e902
 (7) e904
 (4) MD-421
 (2) MKH40
o Shure
 (2) Beta 58
 (8) SM57
 (3) SM58
 (2) SM58S
 These are located at FOH and Stage Manager’s position
o Lectern Microphones
 AKG GM15E w/CK33 Capsule
 Shure MX412 w/184 Capsule
 Wireless Microphones
o Sennheiser 3032 2-channel receiver
 (2) SK-5212 Lavalier transmitters w/DPA mic
 (2) SKM5200-UHF Handheld transmitter w/Neumann capsule
 Direct Boxes
o (6) Countryman DT85
o (4) Radial J48
 Microphone Stands
o Atlas Sound
 (15) Tripod Stand w/K&M Telescoping Boom Arm
 (12) MS-12CE Round Base Stand
 (10) MS-20CE Heavy-Duty Round Base
 (2) DMS-10E Short Round Base
 (4) DMS-7E Short Round Base
 (4) DS-7E Desk Stand
 (6) MAC-1 Multi-Purpose Clamp
 (4) GN-12E 12” Gooseneck
o AKG
 (14) KM-251 Tripod w/K&M Telescoping Boom Arm
 (10) KM-211 32” 1-piece Boom Arm
Ancillary Equipment
 Mic Cable (XLRM-XLRF)
o (25) 10 ft
o (75) 25 ft
o (25) 50 ft
o (10) 100 ft
 Line Cable (1/4” TS-1/4” TS)
o (20) 10 ft
o (8) 20 ft
 Snakes
o (2) W4-XLRF 48 Channel Snake
o (2) W4-XLRM 48 Channel Snake
o (4) W2-12 in x 4 out stage box
 (2) W2-W2 50 ft extension
o (2) W2-24 in stage box
 Speaker Cable (NL4-NL4)
o (16) 5 ft
o (8) 10 ft
o (16) 25 ft
o (8) 50 ft
o (4) 100 ft
 Combo Cable (For use with Meyer Speakers)
o (8) ProCo EC10-50 XLRM-XLRF and Neutrik-Edison Power cable
o (2) ProCO EC10-25 XLRM-XLRF and Neutrik-Edison Power cable
 Power Cable
o (8) 50 ft extension cable
 Adapter Cabling
o (6) 6 ft Dual RCA-Dual RCA
o (4) 6 ft XLRM-1/4” TRS
o (4) 6 ft XLRF-1/4” TRS
o (4) 6 ft XLRM-1/4” TS
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o (4) 6 ft XLRF-1/4”TS
o (4) 6 ft XLRM-RCA
o (4) 6 ft XLRF-RCA
Video Cable (BNC-BNC)
o (10) 15 ft
o (10) 25 ft
o (2) 50 ft
Patch Cable-Audio
o (75) 3 ft TT Patch
o (25) 6 ft TT Patch
Patch Cable-Video
o (36) 3 ft ADC BK-3V
o (4) 6 ft ADC BK-6V
Connectors/Adapters
o (16) XLRM Turnarounds
o (16) XLRF Turnarounds
o (16) XLR Ground Lift
o (16) XLR In-Line Isolation Transformers
o (16) NL4 Speakon Barrels
o (8) XLR Polarity Reverse
o (4) 50db Pad
o (4) 15/20/25db Adjustable Pad
Utility Lights
o (3) Littlite L-3/18 w/Weighted Base Lamps
Test Equipment
o (2) Whirlwind MCT-7 Cable Tester
o (2) LA Audio PC90MKII Polarity Tester
o (2) NT Instruments Minirator MR2 Signal Generator
o (1) Whirlwind QBox
Program Speakers
o (3) Anchor AN1000X
 These are located Side Stage Left/Right and in the Lighting booth
for program feed.
Video Projection
 There is no in-house video projection equipment.
NOTE
 There are no stairs from the stage directly to the audience.
Main Amplified Sound System Photos:
Ground Stacks:
Top:UPJ-1P
Bottom: 600-HP
Front Fills:
Speakers rest on stage, with cabling
dressed along the downstage edge.
F-Truss (Upstage):
Red arrows indicate speaker position
along pipe.
G/H Truss (Side Stage Left/Right):
Red arrows indicate speaker position
along pipe.
Choral Terrace Fills (Upstage):
These must be deployed if the choral
terrace is seated. If the choral
terrace is not seated, these will not
be used.
Dressing/changing rooms: all rooms are ADA accessible
Note: the only rest rooms backstage are located in the dressing rooms
Stage level
Stage Left:
Dressing room 1 – 160 sq. ft. w/private bath and shower
Dressing room 2 – 160 sq. ft. w/private bath and shower
Dressing room 3 – 150 sq. ft. w/private bath and shower with additional door to green
room
Orchestra changing room 1 – 322 sq. ft. w/lockers and rest room – 2 toilets and 2
showers
Orchestra changing room 2 – 390 sq. ft. w/lockers and rest room – 2 toilets and 2
showers
Green room – 295 sq ft. w/refrigerator, microwave and sink
Visiting company production office – 125 sq. ft. w/ 2 telephones, internet connection
Backstage:
Large room for case and equipment storage – 2200 sq. ft.
Stage Right:
Conductor’s suite – 215 sq. ft. total – sitting room, dressing room and private bath
w/shower
Artist’s reception room – 230 sq. ft. – w/sofa, chairs
Box tier level (1 floor above stage level)
Chorus locker room – 518 sq. ft. w/lockers
Note: This room is also the box tier level crossover and must be kept unlocked
during performances
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