• Stage Details

    Stage Floor

    • Sprung stage floor constructed of Canadian Maple on 3/4" plywood, 2X4 sleepers on 16" centers and neoprene pads
    • Surface is generally covered with black vinyl dance floor (Harlequin Allegro) and covers the entire stage surface
    • Orchestra pit is enclosed with a removable 3'4" x 2'4" plug for conducting
    • Lagging into the stage floor is not allowed
    • Obstructions
      • Lighting floor pockets are located upstage (two evenly spaced), and extreme left and right (three each side)
      • Two audio/video floor pockets are spaced evenly on the downstage apron

    Stage Dimensions

    • Proscenium width = 43'10"
    • Proscenium height = 22'8"
    • Stage width wall to wall = 76'6"
    • Total stage depth plaster line to upstage wall = 33'7"
    • Typical clear depth plaster line to upstage wall = 33'7"
    • Apron maximum depth plaster line to Pit edge = 7'2"
    • Grand Drape distance from plaster line = 2" (manual travel by SR handline)
    • Mid-stage traveler distance from plaster line = 12'6" (on motorized fly - manual travel by SR handline)
    • Cyclorama (upstage) traveler distance from plaster line = 30'2" (on motorized fly - manual travel by SR handline)
    • Stage floor elevation from house floor (1st row) = 3'5"

    Wing Dimensions

    • DS to US = 36'5"
    • Typical clear wings space = 20'8"
      • NOTE - depending on production schedule, sets, props, staging elements and/or other production equipment may be located in the wings and it may or may not be possible to relocate them

    Orchestra Pit

    • Roughly 27'x19' (+/- due to angled walls)
    • Ceiling height is 7'5"
    • Accesible through stair wells from SL or SR
    • No orchestra lift is available for orchestra or equipment
      • Equipment must be hand carried down the stairs
    • Room can be locked for securing instruments and equipment

    FOH

    • Located at rear center of seating on the upper level
    • Houses sound control, lighting control, video and audio recording
    • Accessible from main theater entrances through the house center-left aisle
    • Distance from booth to plaster line is approximately 83'

    Stage Rigging

    • 24 Vortek motorized hoists are controlled by a Vortek Touchscreen Controller
    • 11 Motors are occupied by soft goods, except main valence (main valence is dead hung)
    • 4 Motors are Stage Electrics
    • Soft goods occupying motors include:
      • Grand Drape
      • 4 Sets of Legs
      • Mid-Stage Traveler
      • Cyclorama Traveler
      • 3 Borders
      • Cyclorama
    • Motors & Weight Capacity
      • 4 stage electrics (schedule 40 steel batten) - 2400lb motors
      • 15 schedule 40 steel battens - 1200lb motors
      • 1 aluminum batten - 750lb motor
      • 1 schedule 40 steel batten - 750lb motor
      • 3 aluminum battens - 1200 lb motor
    • Additional motors are available for scenery. Check with PAC for current line schedule.

    Lighting

    General

    • 4 rows of 5 lighting zones covering full stage
    • Backlight, downlight, and cross lit front lighting at each zone
    • All foundation lighting is full color-mixing LED
    • Full Cyclorama lighting is full color-mixing LED
    • Conventional fills throughout stage
    • 26 Moving head fixtures
    • 2 Catwalk and 4 Electrics
    • 2 Follow-Spots located on catwalk

    Console and Control

    • Avolites Arena
    • ETC/Pathway lighting network
      • 16 universes

    Video/Production 

    • ProPresenter Presentation Software
    • Cyclorama Projected Image
      • The image is created using a Vivitek DLP DK10000Z-BK
      • 3840 x 2160 Resolution
      • Projection typically 19' x 32'
      • 10,000 lumen output
    • Small Projection Screen
      • The image is created using a Hitachi CP-WU13K 3 Chip DLP technology
      • WUXGA 1920 x 1200 Resolution
      • Projection Surface: 13'7" x 21'8" 
      • 13,000 lumen output
    • Black Magic 12GSDI video recorder deck
    • Tascam BD-MPI Blu-ray Player
    • Video input on stage and FOH
    • Marshall CV355-IP camera
    • Videoblocks subscription

    Sound

    Main PA

    • 4 Box Hang (left/right/center)
    • Turbo Sound TCS 122/94 Mians at left and right hangs
    • Turbo Sound TCS 122/94 Mains center (inverted)
    • Turbo Sound TCS 115B Subwoofers
    • Turbo Sound TCS 62 Front Fills

    Amps

    • Mains/Subs: Lab Gruppen
    • Monitors: Lab Gruppen

    Monitors

    • QSC K10 (active)
    • QSC K12 (active)
    • QSC K12.2 (active)
    • Turbosound TFX122-M (passive)
    • Turbosound TFX122-M Wedges (active)

    Console

    • Soundcraft vi3000
      • 96 in, 24 out
    • Mobile Stagebox
      • 32 in, 12 out
    • Genelec 8030C reference monitors

    Mics

    • The PAC has a great variety of commonly used microphones and ULXD wireless. For a comprehensive list of current availability, please contact the PAC.

    Communication

    • ClearCom Free Speak II
    • ClearCom FSII Wireless BP's - Model BP1G9
      • CC300 Headsets

    Concert Equipment

    • Staging
      • Music Stands (80) - Wenger Classic 50
      • Chairs (100) - Virco 8900 Series Trapezoidal Back, Black
      • Conductor's Podium - Single step, or two step available
      • Choral Risers (8) - Wenger Signature Series
      • Choral Shells (8) - StageRight Alla Breve
    • Instruments
      • Piano - Yamaha C7 Concert Grand (7'9")
      • Digital Console Piano - Roland RP-701-CB
      • Timpani - Yamaha 6300 series (20", 23", 26", 29", 32")
      • Glockenspiel - Yamaha YG-1210
      • Xylophone - Premier
      • Marimba - Yamaha YM-2400C (4.3 Octave, Acoustalon)
      • Chimes - Adams Philharmonic (1.5 Octave, 1.5" Tubes, Chrome)
      • Electronic Drums - Roland V-Drums (TDK-50KV-S)
      • Bass Drum - Pearl Symphonic (36" x 18", Suspended Stand)
      • Gong - Zildjian 40"

    Additional information provided upon request

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Last Modified on May 23, 2024