Technical Specifications - Lensic Performing Arts Center

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS VERSION: AUGUST 2016
FACILITY INFORMATION
THEATER ADDRESS
211 West San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, NM. 87501
Telephone:
Fax Number:
Website:
Same for Shipping
(505) 988-7050
(505) 988-4370
www.lensic.org
VENUE TYPE
Single balcony, fixed proscenium; Est. 1931, renovated 2000-2001
SEATING CAPACITY
729 minimum, 821 maximum
18 seats (row R & S) removable for in-house sound position
44 seats on orchestra level (rows A, B, & S) removable for ADA compliance
30 seats on apron (Rows AA & BB) removable
Approximately 30min turnaround time for removal of apron seats
PRODUCTION STAFF
Production Manager:
Technical & Facilities Director:
Stage Manager/Intern Director:
Audio Supervisor:
Lighting Supervisor:
Allison Goetzman
Randy Rasmussen
Matt Sanford
Alex Reiser
Abel Sepulveda
Extension:
Extension:
Extension:
Extension:
Extension:
1209
1250
1406
1214
1404
agoetzman@lensic.org
rrasmussen@lensic.org
msanford@lensic.org
areiser@lensic.org
asepulveda@lensic.org
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not find information or answers on specific topics, please contact Allison Goetzman.
THEATER STAFF
Executive Director:
Managing Director:
Director of Development:
Special Events Manager:
Membership Manager:
Director of Marketing & Tessitura Systems:
Director of Communications:
Graphic Designer
Management Assistant:
Office Manager:
Community Relations Director:
Business Manager:
IT Administrator:
Joel Aalberts
Aggie Damron-Garner
Laura Acquaviva
Kelly Waller
Acacia Barnett
Natalia Chavez
Dianna Delling
Chris Philpot
Anita Sweeney
Shelly Richmond
Connie Schaekel
Laura Schotter
David Waldrop
Extension:
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1204
1202
1203
1212
1217
1409
1211
2217
1201
1216
1210
1215
1408
jaalberts@lensic.org
aggiedg@lensic.org
lacquaviva@lensic.org
kwaller@lensic.org
abarnett@lensic.org
nchavez@lensic.org
ddelling@lensic.org
cphilpot@lensic.org
asweeney@lensic.org
srichmond@lensic.org
connies@lensic.org
lschotter@lensic.org
dwaldrop@lensic.org
Frank Conway
Patrick Barrow
Yasmeen Lookman
Deborah Gordon
Extension:
Extension:
Extension:
Extension:
1401
1207
1220
1206
fconway@lensic.org
pbarrow@lensic.org
ylookman@lensic.org
dgordon@lensic.org
TICKETS SANTA FE STAFF
Tessitura Systems Manager:
Box Office Manager:
Box Office Concierge:
Box Office Supervisor:
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Technical Specifications
STAGE SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS
Proscenium opening
Width:
Height:
Plaster line to furthest US pipe:
Plaster line to DS edge of stage:
Plaster line to DS edge of apron:
Plaster line to mid-stage traveler:
Stage width wall-to-wall:
SL loading rail to SR pin rail:
Wing space
SL width:
SL depth:
SL clearance:
SL pin rail height:
SR width:
SR depth:
SR clearance:
SR pin rail height:
Height from stage floor to grid:
Height from seating to stage floor:
Upstage storage:
39’ 9”
22’ 0”
37’ 4”
2’ 2”
8’ 6”
22’ 4”
62’ 2”
53’ 0”
11’ 2”
39’ 7”
18’ 5”
26’ 8”
11’ 3”
39’ 7”
15’ 9”
26’ 8”
@ Centerline
(Line set #60)
24’-6” Max
@ Centerline
(Line set #34)
Varied due to decorative arch
Orchestra pit lift adjustable to any height
to Fly Rail
to Pin Rail
to plaster on SR wall
to Pin Rail
58’ 6” to walking surface of grid
3’ 0”
from Orchestra pit lift at audience level
18’ x 52’
54 sections of D’Anser sprung floor (8’x8’footprint), plus 9 concert shell walls (8’x16’ footprint) are permanently stored in this area.
Orchestra Pit Lift / Apron
Width:
Depth:
Orchestra Pit
Width:
Depth:
Height:
Height adjustable by Gala Spiralift.
38’ 9”
8’ 0”
@ Centerline
38’ 9”
16’ 0”
9’ 0”
@ Centerline
Below Stage Level
Maximum speed 4.5’ per minute
3’ 6” @ Ends
11’ 0” @ Ends
FLOOR
Flat, isolated blonde maple
Condition: Good, installed 4/2001 Low VOC re-finish 1/2017
Fasteners (nails, screws, etc.) may not be used in the stage floor under any circumstances.
Trapped floor
Depth: 9’0”
Traps: 2 rows of 7, 3’-7” x 6’-10” each, long side is US/DS
Requires extensive advance preparation for use of traps
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Technical Specifications
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Technical Specifications
LOADING DOCK / DOOR & PARKING
Loading dock / door is located on the upstage right wall of the stage house and is at stage level inside the building, and
street level outside. The loading door dimensions: 10’-11” wide x 10’-11” high.
Truck ramp or lift gate required for offloading. The building does not own truck ramps. Forklift can be rented locally if
needed; however, a 10x12 concrete pad outside load door has a load limit of 100lbs per square foot, and forklift cannot be
driven on concrete pad.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE WITH THE PRODUCTION MANAGER.
THERE IS NO SHORE POWER AVAILABLE.
Truck directions available upon request
3 parking spaces are available in the loading dock for a fee of $25/day.
POWER
Main company disconnects:
Location: Mid-SR wall, & USR
Service: 2 @ 400 Amps. 3Ø disconnects
Distance: 25’ or 50’ feeders to suggested dimmer locations.
Type of connection required: Cam-Lock (large), or Bare-End tails (lugs exist in panel).
Additional Service: 2 @ 100Amp 3Ø disconnects upstage Left and Right 50’ or 75’ to suggested locations.
Type of connection required: Bare-End tails (lugs exist in panel).
FLOORING/EQUIPMENT
Sprung Dance Floor
D’Anser™ 3-layer basket-weave
Repairs completed June 2016
(48) 4x8 sections for 48’ wide x 32’ deep
Marley Floor
Harlequin™ Reversible Black/Grey
Harlequin™ Reversible Black/White
Harlequin™ Cascade Black
6 rolls @ 2m x 49’ 0”
6 rolls @ 2m x 49’ 0”
6 rolls @ 2m x 49’ 0”
*(It takes approx. 6 rolls of gaff tape to lay Marley; this charge will appear as a perishables charge.)
Flamenco/Tap
¼” Masonite sheeting available to cover stage floor and apron area (painted black)
*(It takes approx. 7 rolls of gaff tape to lay the masonite floor, this charge will appear as a perishables charge.)
(Masonite flooring must be painted before each use. This takes approximately 5g of black paint. This will appear as a
perishables charge.)
Ladders
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(2)
(1)
26’ Werner A-frame trestle (allows focus up to 31’ Electric trims) on wheels
12’ Werner Fiberglass Stepladder
8’ Werner Fiberglass Stepladders (one with double-sided steps)
6’ Werner Fiberglass Stepladders
4’ Werner Fiberglass Stepladders
40’ Werner Fiberglass Ext. ladder (2x20’ allows maximum extended height of 35’)
Manlift
25’ Genie lift
Platforming
Wenger Versalite: (24) 4x8, (1) 4x4.
Fixed legs (36) 6”, (36) 8”, (48) 12”, (120) 16”, (156) 24” and (90) adjustable height legs
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Technical Specifications
RIGGING SYSTEM
Single purchase counterweight, with 1600 lb. arbor capacity (based on physical size of steel bricks. Arbors each will support
2000lb structurally.) Pipe point load may not exceed 320lbs per point. A one-ton Capstan winch is available; please contact
the Production Manager for operational requirements.
Line sets:
Length of Pipes:
Number of Empty Pipes:
Pin Rails:
High Trim:
Low Trim:
Weight Loading:
60 on 6” Centers
48’ (limited extensions are available)
31 with use of Stock House Hanging Plan
SL & SR (+26’-8”)
(+56’-4”) all pipes except Concert Shell ceilings (+52’-4”)
(+4’-0”)
15k lbs on Loading Rail
*25k lbs available in addition to above with extra labor charge
SOFT GOODS
House Valence:
Main Curtain:
Black Legs:
Black Tabs:
Traveler:
Flat Full Black:
Scrim:
Scrim:
CYC:
Plastic/RP:
Borders
Borders
1
1
10
10
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
6
Size: 10’h x 47’w
Size: 25’h x 47’w
Size: 28’h x 10’w
Size: 28’h x 8’w
Size: 28’h x 48’w
Size: 28’h x 48’w
Size: 28’h x 48’w
Size: 28’h x 48’w
Size: 28’h x 48’w
Size: 30’h x 50’w
Size: 15’h x 48’w
Size: 10’h x48’w
Color: Dark Gold
Color: Dark Gold
Color: Black
Color: Black
Color: Black
Color: Black
Color: Black
Color: White
Color: White
Color: White
Color: Black
Color: Black
Material: 25 oz. Velour, Full
Material: 25 oz. Velour, Full
Material: 25 oz. Velour, Flat
Material: 25 oz. Velour, Flat
Material: 25oz. Velour, 50% fullness
Material: 22oz. Encore, Flat
Material: Sharks-tooth
Material: Sharks-tooth
Material: Natural Muslin
Material: White Vinyl (Rosebrand)
Material: 25oz. Velour, Full
Material: 25oz. Velour, Full
* House valence and main curtain, movie screen & speakers, as well as concert shell ceilings pieces, cannot be moved.
All other house goods can be moved from rep positions.
Movement of the traveler requires a significant labor call and should be discussed well in advance with the Production Manager.
House curtain control: Manual guillotine, from a raised locking rail on the SL gallery or deck.
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Technical Specifications
LIGHTING
Lighting Control Console is an ETC GIO 2000 located in an enclosed booth at rear of orchestra level auditorium. Light booth windows
do not open. Offline software for GIO for both PC and Mac is available at: http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.aspx
The theater operates on a combination ETC net 2 and net 3 node system and DMX can be provided from 15 areas in the theater,
including front of house, stage deck, both rails and the grid.
House lights and work lights are controlled through ETC Paradigm, which can be controlled via touch screen from the Light Booth,
Stage Manager rack DSR, and additional button panels throughout the building. House lights can also be patched into the light board.
House dimmers are 2.4k ETC D20E Sensor Classic located in dimmer room basement level.
Light plot available VectorWorks 2015 or PDF; instrument schedule Lightwright 5 or PDF.
Equipment Inventory
10
90
80
52
8
17
68
16
8
6
4
2
8
3
3
2
8
1
40
32
2
14
ETC Source 4, 10° 750w (6 are barrels only)
ETC Source 4, 26° 750w
ETC Source 4, 36° 750w
ETC Source 4, 19° 750w (32 units permanent FOH Catwalk hang)
ETC Source 4, 50˚ 750w
Wybron Cygnus Color MF 200w with barn doors
Altman Par 64 WFL 1kw (2 are permanent Balcony rail curtain warmers)
Altman GC-3, 3-cell 750w Cyc Lights (overhead)
Altman GC-6, 6-cell 750w Cyc Lights (ground-row)
L & E, 12-Cell, 3 Circuit Par 56 strips (5a and 7a Electrics)
Martin Mac Viper Performance Moving Head Fixtures
Martin MAC 250
Martin Mac Auras
Rosco I-Cues
Rosco DMX Irises
Apollo Roto-Q Rotators
Apollo Smartcolor 7.25 Color Scrollers
DF-50 Hazer
ETC Size A Pattern Holders
ETC Size B Pattern Holders
ETC Glass Pattern Holders
ETC Drop-in IRIS
(12”x12” frames)
(6.25” frames)
(6.25” frames)
(6.25” frames)
(6.25” frames)
(7.5” frames)
(10” frames)
(9”x13” frames)
(9”x13” frames)
ONSTAGE LIGHTING
The onstage light plot is a semi-permanent “house hang” that can be altered where schedule and labor budget permit. This plot is
maintained for use by many groups who provide neither a lighting designer nor technical staff, yet desire substantial lighting. All
changes to the house rep plot must be restored at the production’s expense. House plot has no stock focus or color.
Standard house trims are 25’ for focusing electrics (1, 2, 4, and 6) and the cyc electric (8), and 26’ for backlight electrics (3, 5, and 7).
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Technical Specifications
Onstage circuits are provided by 25 overhead 6-circuit multi-cable drops from the grid. There are five groups of three multi's on SL,
and five pairs of two multi’s on SR. They are tied off to the side galleries when used on overhead electrics. There are also single circuits
available from wall panels: 9 each on the SL and SR rails, and 6 each in the DSL, DSR, USL, and USR corners at stage level.
Boom circuiting can be provided by the overhead multi-cables but will impact available circuit layout totals for the overhead electrics.
*Booms must be built on a show by show basis.
Ground-row circuits are powered by 24 circuits located upstage right in a socapex distribution panel. 24 additional circuits (via socapex)
are available from this panel.
Connectors are 3-pin (20A and 60A grounded stage pin).
*Ground-row must be built on a show by show basis.
F.O.H. LIGHTING
Lighting units may be focused, colored, moved, and patched as required by a production. All positions have existing circuits as indicated
on the light plot. Connectors are 3-pin (20A and 60A grounded stage pin). Concert shell light fixtures may not be refocused or moved
under any circumstances.
Catwalk
Distance from Plaster Line: 28’ at centerline, slightly closer at ends.
Height above Stage Level: 39’ at centerline, slightly lower at ends.
Width each side of center: 30’ including side follow spot platforms.
Permanent Equipment: (34) ETC Source 4-19°
Permanent Equipment: (20) ETC Source 4-26° (concert shell lighting only)
Balcony Rail
Distance from Plaster Line: 47’ at centerline, slightly closer at ends.
Height above Stage Level: 12’ to mounting pipe
Width each side of center: 32’ L&R of centerline
Stock Hang:
(5) ETC 19°
Stock Hang:
(4) ETC 26°
Stock Hang:
(2) Altman Par 64 1k WFL (Curtain Warmers)
Far Box Booms
Distance from Plaster Line:
37’
Distance L/R from Centerline: 33’
Height from Stage to Highest Mounting Position: 33’-6”
Height from Stage to Lowest Mounting Position: 21’-6”
Stock Hang:
(2) ETC 10°
Stock Hang:
(6) ETC 19°
Stock Hang:
(2) ETC 26°
Near Box Booms
Distance from Plaster Line:
19’-6’
Distance L/R from Centerline: 32’
Height from Stage to Highest Mounting Position: 19’
Height from Stage to Lowest Mounting Position: 5’
Stock Hang:
(4) ETC 36°
Stock Hang:
(6) ETC 26°
*Near box booms are partially obstructed by house PA speakers, making them unusable for traditional box boom washes.
Follow Spots
(2) Lycian Super Star Spotlights 1.2 1200w HB lamp
Throw distance is approximately 93’ to the plaster line.
Up to 3 spots will fit in booth.
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Technical Specifications
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Technical Specifications
AUDIO
House Sound System
d&b audiotechnik Q-Series Line Array, flown left and right of the proscenium
Main Arrays:
Auxiliary Subs:
Lower Balcony Fills:
Upper Balcony Fills:
Front Fills:
(4) d&b Qi1 and (1) Qi-SUB per side
(2) d&b V-SUB
(2) d&b 10S-D
(2) d&b Q7
(4) d&b E8 set on stage
Amplifiers and processing: d&b D6 and D12 remotely accessible with R1 software
Consoles
(2) Midas PRO2
Midas Venice 240
FOH Mix position is in House Rows P, R & S, seats 101 thru 106
FOH Mix position seat kill minimum 3 seats, maximum 18 seats (3 rows of 6)
*There is no alternative console position option available
Digital I/O
Midas stage rack (2) DL431 Input Splitters, DL152 Stage Output Box
Outboard Racks
(2) Tascam SS-CDR200 Player/Recorder
(1) Ashley GQX Model 3102 Stereo Graphic Equalizer
(1) Ashley Protea 4-channel Graphic Equalizer/Processor
(2) Yamaha SPX-2000 Multi-Effect Processor
(1) BSS DPR 404 4-channel Compressor / De-esser
(5) DBX 266 Project 1 Stereo Compressor/Gate
(2) DBX 166 Stereo Compressor/Limiter/Gate
(2) Furman power conditioners w/ lights
Mics
(5) Shure SM58
(2) Shure SM57
(5) Shure Beta57
(4) Shure Beta56
(1) Shure Beta52
(1) Shure Beta91
(4) Sennheiser E604
(4) Sennheiser MD421
(6) Sennheiser E835
(2) Sennheiser E608 clip on
(1) AKG D112
(1) EV RE-20
(2) Shure SM81
(2) AKG SE 300 B bases w/ (2) CK92 omni and (2) CK93 hypercardioid capsules
(2) AT 4041
(2) AKG C411
(2) AT U857AL Podium Unipoint
(4) Audio Technica 8531 Choir mics
(5) Shure 819 Boundary mics
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Technical Specifications
Wireless
(4) Shure UR4D SM58 or Belt Pack Transmitter
(2) Shure ULX
SM58
(2) Shure ULX
Belt Pack Transmitter
(2) Shure WL183 Lavalier Mic Omni
(2) Shure WL185 Lavalier Mic Cardioid
(2) Countryman B3 Lavalier
(1) Countryman B6 Lavalier
(1) Countryman E6 Headset, Long, Med Sensitivity
(4) Countryman E6 Headset, Short, High Sensitivity
D.I.'s
(4) Whirlwind hotbox active D.I.
(4) Countryman Type 85 D.I.
Stands
(11) Tall boom tripod base
(12) Short boom
(2) Round base straight
(6) Table top round base
Monitors
(4) EAW LA series 212
passive 12”x2”
(2) QSC PLX 3102 amplifiers (4 channels)
with Ultimate tripod stands
Available for an additional fee:
(8) EAW Microwedges
bi-amped 12”x2”
(8) Crown Macrotech 24x6 amplifiers
Snakes
Cat5 Ethercon: 6 runs FOH to Stage Left, 4 runs FOH to Stage Right
48ch Analog Snake: Stage to FOH (No monitor split)
Stage boxes: Stage Left, Stage Right, and Orchestra Pit
with 16ch at each location
Whirlwind 12 channels from FOH to Amp Room
Whirlwind 6 channels from FOH to Light Booth
12 channels from Stage Manager Rack to Amp Room
*Supply of XLR cables, instrument cables, and adapters available*
Acoustic Control System (ACS)
For chamber, symphonic, and choral music performances we employ an independent Acoustic Control System (ACS) and
Wenger Diva Acoustical Shell to enhance the acoustics of the hall. With 18 microphones and 64 speakers discretely placed
throughout the theater we can control the perceived size and resonance of the acoustic space for the audience and musicians
on stage. This allows us to transparently recreate the acoustic environment of much larger and livelier concert halls when
needed. ACS reverberation can be remotely adjusted from 1 second to 3.1 seconds.
Natural acoustic reverberation time for the hall is a dry .92 seconds. The ACS offers 7 presets that digitally alter the
reverberation time of the hall in 0.2 second intervals from 1.0 seconds to 3.0 seconds. Preset controls are at Stage Managers
Position.
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Technical Specifications
Assisted Listening System
ATS Research – RF with headphone or T-Coil option
AFI FM wireless transmitter on balcony rail with battery powered headsets/receivers
Patrons may obtain a headset from the house manager upon their arrival to the venue.
COMMUNICATIONS
Clear-Com
Wired Clear-Com Locations
Stage Manager Position DSR
Light Booth
Projection/Spot Booth
FOH Audio Position
Tech Table (audience orchestra ctr.)
Fly Rail USL, DSL
Pin Rail DSR
Balcony Rail HL, HR
USL
DSL
DSR (Stage Manager)
Orchestra Pit
Lobby HR House Manager
Catwalk Follow-spots
Selected Dressing Rooms
Hard Wired Equipment
(11) 1-channel belt-packs
(5) 2-channel belt-packs
(2) 2-channel PL-Pro KB 211 Speaker Stations (biscuit)
(5) 1-channel PL-Pro KB 212 Speaker Stations (biscuit)
(1) 8-channel MS 812 programmable Stage Mgr Station (biscuit)
(10) Iso single muff headsets
(3) Iso double muff headset
(4) Lightweight headsets
(1) Telephone style handset
Tempest Wireless system
(5) 2-channel beltpacks
There is a battery charge for use of wireless beltpacks.
*RTS interface available*
Dressing Room Announce
Paging available from Stage Manager rack DSR and wireless beltpacks
Video Monitoring
Stage Feed from Balcony
Stage Manager rack DSR
Green Room
Staff Production office
Lobby Feed
Stage Manager rack DSR
Light Booth
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Technical Specifications
PROJECTION
Movie Screen
35’ Width, 17’ Height
Rosebrand, replaced 1/2017
Movie screen is PERMANENTLY hung on Line set #7 & #8.
System is on box truss frame with integrated movie speakers (3 by EAW) w/adjustable tracked side
masking and fixed bottom border.
Adjustable top border is located on Line set #6.
*The 1st Electric and the movie screen cannot be used simultaneously.
Projectors*
Two (2) 35mm Film- Simplex with Xenon source and Optical Dolby 5.1 Processor.
Throw: 93’ 3/4” from lens to center of screen.
Panasonic PT-DZ21KU DLP (21,000 lumens) 3-D capable from projection booth (permanently installed)
Panasonic PT-DW10000U DLP (10,000 lumens) from balcony rail (permanently installed)
Panasonic PT-EX600U (6,000 lumens), mounted on a platform upstage center. This projector may be moved.
All 3 projectors have long and short throw lenses.
Two (2) Panasonic PT-EZ770ZL (6,500 lumens) from balcony rail (permanently installed)
Focused on two (2) retractable screens in the opera boxes
These are intended only for use as a mini-Jumbotron and may not be used for marketing purposes.
*Due to the high cost of lamps, there is an additional rental fee for all projectors.
Dolby Digital 5.1 is available.
Video switcher/scaler
DVD/Blu Ray are only playable through the 21k movie projector in the projection booth.
Distributed video signal cabling is installed throughout the facility. Contact the Production Manager for details.
CONCERT SHELL
Wenger Diva® Acoustical Shell http://www.wengercorp.com/Lit/Wenger%20Diva%20Acoustical%20Shell-TS.pdf
3 ceiling*, 9 wall (24’/22’/20’) with integrated lighting, plus dedicated FOH lighting.
Shell ceilings occupy line sets #9, #26, #43, & store clear @ +40’-0”
*The concert shell ceiling pieces are permanently hung and cannot be moved.
Towers set in three standard configurations to form shell walls.
Towers store USL in a 13’ x 6’ footprint and cannot be removed from the building.
See the ACS system section under Audio to learn how the acoustics for the shell are enhanced.
WARDROBE
Dedicated Wardrobe Room on basement level with:
(2) washers & dryers
(2) Steamers
(2) Ironing boards and irons.
Dry Cleaners: La Unica Dry Cleaners 647 Cerrillos Road 983-1182
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Technical Specifications
DRESSING ROOMS
Number of Rooms:
Location:
6
Behind stage at Stage Level, Basement, & 2nd Floor.
Access from stage is via doors to rear hallway in the UL & UR back wall corners.
Stage door entrance from street is at the SR end of dressing room hallway.
Elevator UC and stairwells UL & UR provide access to 2nd floor & basement.
Separate restrooms available on all levels, in addition to dressing room facilities.
No quick-change rooms. Temporary booths available to be setup where appropriate.
Dressing rooms each have stage monitor speakers.
Stage Level:
1: Star Dressing Room USL (1-person) with sink, toilet, and shower.
1: Small Dressing Room USC (3-people) with sink, toilet, and shower.
2nd Floor:
1: Star Dressing Room USL (1-person) with sink, toilet, and shower.
1: Small Dressing Room USC (3-people) with sink, toilet, and shower.
1: Greenroom at SR end of hallway.
Basement:
1: Medium Dressing Room (7-people) with sink and shower. Separate restrooms.
1: Large Chorus Dressing Room (20-people) with 2 sinks, 2 toilets, and 2 showers.
1: Wardrobe Room w/ hookups at DSR end of SR basement hallway.
Please Note: Chorus Room is dividable, into 10/10 with separate entrances.
LENSIC HOUSE POLICIES
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The organizer/production contact should be in touch with the Lensic Production Manager at least ONE MONTH prior to the
event to discuss schedule, crew, and technical needs and to complete the advance planning of the show.
No alcohol may be brought into or removed from the Lensic. The full alcohol policy is outlined below. Requests for backstage
alcohol must be discussed at least three (3) weeks in advance with the Production Manager.
There must be a Lensic Representative present at all times when a company is in the building.
No fasteners may be placed into the surfaces of the theatre. This includes the stage and auditorium floors.
Alterations to the lighting house hang and house soft goods must be discussed and approved in advance with the Production
Manager. All changes must be restored back to the original location after the final performance and to be paid for by the
presenter.
All LPAC perishables will be charged to the presenter with their final bill. This includes but is not limited to:
► Labor provided by LPAC ($24/hr for Regular crew members, $30/hr for Lensic Representative (except 9am-5pm
supervision which is included with rental of theatre); any labor over 8 hours is at time-and-a-half.
► Gaffers and spike tape
► Lighting gel
► Theatrical lighting lamps that burn out during presenter’s use of theater
► Batteries, CD’s
► Parking fees
► Projector usage
► Etc.
No changes may be made to the concert shell lighting.
All LPAC equipment must remain in the theater.
Any outside equipment brought into the theater must be inspected and approved by an LPAC representative. LPAC is not
responsible for any damages to this equipment.
Neither costumes or props with glitter nor loose glitter may be used in the theater. If you arrive with glitter on costumes,
set pieces, or on the performers themselves, an automatic cleaning charge of $1,000.00 will be applied to your final
settlement.
Confetti or streamers must be approved prior to a performance. Additional cleaning fees may apply.
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Technical Specifications
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All trash must be placed in receptacles at the end of the evening. Wet or food garbage must be taken to the dumpsters
outside. An extra cleaning charge will be applied to perishables if excessive cleaning is needed.
The stage floor will be swept and mopped at the end of every night, which will be included in production labor costs.
Absolutely no work may be done above a seated audience.
EXIT signs may not be obscured or turned off.
Fire doors may not be blocked or propped open.
All accidents must be reported immediately to a LPAC representative.
All damages to the theatre or LPAC equipment is to be immediately reported to a LPAC representative. Repair and cost will
be discussed with the presenter before any repairs are done.
Changes to the HVAC can be made by a LPAC representative only. If you know of specific needs for your performance please
make these in advance of your time in the theatre. Changes requested while in the theater are possible, but there is a
significant lag time for the changes to take place.
Sound levels are capped at 105 db C weighted at the mix position. This translates to 110db at the speakers. This limit is
strictly enforced.
There is absolutely no smoking in the building at any time. The alarm will sound and the building will be evacuated. The
alarm system may not be disabled.
Security is the responsibility of the local presenter. LPAC is not responsible for any items lost, stolen or damaged. Backstage
security is highly recommended and must be arranged at least 2 weeks prior to your event through the Production Manager.
The Lensic retains a recorded announcement to play at the beginning of performances asking the audience to turn off cell
phones & pagers, not to record or photograph shows. Several versions of this recording are available.
The stage door located DSR is available for Technical Personnel only when the house is open to an audience and is NOT ADA
compliant.
Every attempt is made to start shows promptly at the advertised curtain time. The Lensic does not practice a “standard
curtain hold” at the top of the show.
Dancing is not permitted in the aisles by order of the Fire Marshal. For events in which dancing may be an issue, the presenter
is required to provide adequate security to make sure the aisles remain clear.
No “parties” or other non-performance special events are permitted at the Lensic without special permission from the Lensic
and advance coordination with appropriate Lensic staff.
Backstage Alcohol Policy
THE LENSIC THEATRE MAINTAINS A LIQUOR LICENSE FOR OUR LOBBY BAR, WHICH PLACES OUR BUILDING, INCLUDING THE BACKSTAGE
AREAS, UNDER THE SAME RULES AND RESTRICTIONS AS ANY OTHER LICENSED BAR IN NEW MEXICO. ALL REGULATIONS SET FORTH BY
THE NEW MEXICO LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD MUST BE ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES. WE RECOGNIZE THE EXPECATIONS OF
PERFORMERS TO HAVE AVAILABLE CERTAIN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT VARIOUS TIMES. THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ARE SET
FORTH TO FACILITATE LEGALLY FULFILLING THESE NEEDS.
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Requested alcoholic beverages must be purchased through the Lensic Liquor License and distributor only, with a formal
request to the Production Manager at least two (2) weeks in advance of the requested date. The request must include the
type and amount of alcohol and the date and times it should be available for consumption. The cost of the alcohol will appear
on perishables in the event’s final settlement.
No alcoholic beverages may be brought into the Lensic from an outside source under any circumstances. Any alcoholic
beverages from an outside source brought into the Lensic will be confiscated and disposed of without compensation.
Requested alcoholic beverages must be served by a licensed New Mexico server. All bottles, opened and unopened, will be
returned to the Lensic bar when the server’s shift is done. The server’s shift will be a minimum of two (2) hours and will also
appear on perishables.
Requested alcoholic beverages will only be made available in the Green Room; alcoholic beverages may be not be taken onstage, into the auditorium proper, lobby, or out of the building.
Beverages purchased from the servers in the lobby may not leave the lobby and come backstage.
No alcohol may ever be consumed by anyone under the age of 21
No alcohol will be served to any persons who appear intoxicated.
Lensic Performing Arts Center 15
Technical Specifications
DIRECTIONS TO THE LENSIC
Physical Address of Theatre:
211 West San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Loading Area:
No raised dock. Must use lift gate or ramp down.
Located directly behind the theatre at Palace Ave.
Albuquerque Airport/ I-25 Northbound to The Lensic
• As you exit from the airport, stay in the left lane of the "S-curve" around the parking garage onto
Sunport.
• After the “S Curve” take a right on to I-25 North, the main interstate highway to Santa Fe. Travel
Northbound 60 miles (approximately one hour) on I-25.
• Take exit 282B for US-84 N/St. Francis Dr. Merge onto South St. Francis Dr.
• Drive 2.7 miles on St. Francis and turn right at Cerrillos Rd. Drive 0.6 miles.
• Veer left at the fork where Cerrillos Rd. becomes Sandoval St.
• The third traffic signal is San Francisco Street. If you turn right here you will see the front of the
theatre on your left in the first block.
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If you continue on Sandoval Street thru the intersection of San Francisco Street the road turns
90 degrees to the right and becomes Palace Ave.
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Immediately on your right you will see a small loading area adjacent to a Blue door. This is the
stage door. Right next to the door are many electrical meters which are easily seen. Our loading
area is two spaces wide and three spaces long adjacent to the blue door.
The Fire Lane must not be obstructed at any time when a seated audience is present.
I-25 Southbound to The Lensic
• Take exit 282B for US-84 N/St Francis Dr. Merge onto South St. Francis Dr. Drive 2.7 miles
• and turn right at Cerrillos Rd. Drive 0.6 miles.
• Veer left at the fork where Cerrillos Rd. becomes Sandoval St.
• The third traffic signal is San Francisco Street. If you turn right here you will see the front of the
theatre on your left in the first block.
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If you continue on Sandoval Street thru the intersection of San Francisco Street the road turns
90 degrees to the right and becomes Palace Ave.
• Immediately on your right you will see a small loading area adjacent to a Blue door. This is the
stage door. Right next to the door are many electrical meters which are easily seen. Our loading
area is two spaces wide and three spaces long adjacent to the blue door.
The Fire Lane must not be obstructed at any time when a seated audience is present.
285/US 84 Southbound to the Lensic
• When you enter Santa Fe, veer left onto North Guadalupe St. before the first stop light (follow
signs saying toward Museums).
• Turn left onto W. San Francisco St. which will be the 3rd light you come to
• Turn left at first light which is Sandoval St. It will turn 90degrees to the right (and becomes Palace
Ave).
• Immediately on your right you will see a small loading area adjacent to a Blue door. This is the
stage door. Right next to the door are many electrical meters which are easily seen. Our loading
area is two spaces wide and three spaces long adjacent to the blue door.
The Fire Lane may not be obstructed at any time when a seated audience is present.
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