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February 17, 2010 - The Center for the Performing Arts
Technical Specifications for
The Palladium
at the Center for the Performing Arts
This document is subject to change.
http://www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org/index.aspx
Table of Contents
Staff contacts .................................................................................................................. 2
General description ........................................................................................................ 3
Driving directions ............................................................................................................. 5
Miscellaneous equipment ................................................................................................ 7
Hospitality… .................................................................................................................... 8
Electrics......................................................................................................................... 10
Audio ............................................................................................................................. 15
Photos .......................................................................................................................... 23
Drawings ...................................................................................................................... 27
updated March 12, 2015
Technical Specifications for
The Palladium
at the Center for the Performing Arts
Stage door &
Mailing address:
loading dock/shipping address:
The Center for the Performing Arts
1 Center Green
355 City Center Dr
(SW corner of City Center Dr and
Carmel, IN 46032
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3 Ave. SW – see map)
317-660-3373
Carmel, IN 46032
317-660-3374 (fax)
317-819-3525
Time zone: Eastern
http://www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org/index.aspx
Staff Contacts
Scheduling, backline, parking, general
information:
Travel, ground transportation, hotels,
catering, hospitality:
Jeff Steeg, Director of Production
317-819-3490 (o), 260-438-9053 (m)
jsteeg@thecenterpresents.org
Ellen Kingston, Artist Concierge
317-695-4419 (m)
ekingston@thecenterpresents.org
Audio:
Lighting:
Devin Schonsheck, Lead Audio Engineer
317-819-3496 (o)
dschonsheck@thecenterpresents.org
Jared McGowan, Master Electrician
317-819-3489 (o)
jmcgowan@thecenterpresents.org
Merchandise:
Box office/comp tickets:
Sharon Holyoak
317-819-3524 (o), 317-698-8251 (m)
sholyoak@thecenterpresents.org
Brian Seitz, Patron Services Manager
317-819-3507 (o)
bseitz@thecenterpresents.org
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 , 1 – 7’ Steinway Concert B, House Pitch-A440
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
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Hospitality
Please contact Ellen Kingston to advance logistics for ground transport, travel,
catering and hospitality.
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Below is a list of local amenities around the venue.
Restaurants
Grille 39
Max & Erma's
Brockway Pub
Matt the Miller's
Woody's
Le Peep
Yats
Thai Castle
China Express
Bub's Burgers
Bazbeaux Pizza
11925 N. Meridian St. (Rennaissance Hotel)
High-end dining; steaks, seafood, pasta
12195 N. Meridian St.
Pub food; burgers, soups, salads
12525 N. Meridian St.
Irish pub; burgers, entrees, salads
11 City Center Drive
Entrees, salads, soups
40 East Main Street
Entrees, sandwiches, soups
12213 N. Meridian
Breakfast/Lunch
12545 Old Meridian
Cajun/Creole
19 E. 126th Street
Thai
170 E. Carmel Drive
Chinese Dine-In/Carryout
210 W. Main Street
Award-winning burger, fries, rings
111 W. Main Street
Artisanal Pizzas
(317) 816-0777
Elegant Ambience
$$$
Casual Atmosphere
$$
Casual Atmosphere
$$
(317) 705-9788
(317) 669-8080
(317) 805-1860
Upscale Pub
$$$
(317) 553-4444
High-End Casual
$$$
(317) 580-9193
Casual Atmosphere
$$
Casual Atmosphere
$
Casual Atmosphere
$
Casual Atmosphere
$
(317) 581-1881
(317) 575-8421
(317) 848-0189
(317) 706-2827
Casual Atmosphere
$$
(317) 848-4488
Casual Atmosphere
$$
General
Meijer
Target
Drugstores
CVS
Walgreen's
Grocery Stores
Earth Fare
Whole Foods
Whole Foods
Kroger
Liquor Stores
Big Red Liquors
Payless Liquors
Payless Liquors
Banks
Chase Bank
Fifth Third Bank
Car Services
Night Rides
Carte Blanche
Shopping Malls
Keystone at the Crossing
Nora Plaza
Clay Terrace
1424 W. Carmel Drive
1300 E. 86th Street
24 Hours
(317) 573-8300
(317) 810-0044
1421 S. Rangeline Road
1424 S. Rangeline Road
24 Hours
24 Hours
(317) 844-2775
(317) 571-1176
1392 S. Rangeline Road
14598 Clay Terrace Blvd.
1300 E. 86th Street
1217 S. Rangeline Road
Health Food
Health Food
Health Food
General Grocery
(317) 575-1741
(317) 569-1517
(317) 706-0900
(317) 846-4818
1111 E. 86th Street
445 S. Rangeline Road
726 Adams Street
(317) 259-9463
(317) 844-8484
(317) 815-5641
200 E. Carmel Dr.
205 E. Carmel Dr.
(317) 321-7477
(317) 846-6109
(317) 373-6466
(317) 873-8600
8702 Keystone Crossing
(317) 574-4002
High end chain stores: Saks, Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, etc.
Restaurants: Fridays, Cheesecake Factory, PF Chang
1300 E. 86th Street
(317) 810-0044
Chain Stores: Marshall's, Whole Foods, Starbucks
14390 Clay Terrace Blvd.
(317) 818-0725
Forever 21, Old Navy, DSW, Merrill's Shoes, Bath & Body Works, etc.
Restaurants: Café Patachou, Knoa Grill, Henry's Pub, Biaggi's
Electrics
Dimmers
 480 ETC 2.4k double high-rise dimmers, located in East Attic, 7th Floor
o 416 distributed throughout for production lighting, dimmer per circuit
o 64 dedicated to house lights
Control
 ETC Eos
o 1 40-fader wing
o 2 external touch-screen monitors
o 1 iPad with iRFR app (remote focus unit)
o ETC Net3 drops at each circuit position, in the lighting control booth, the
projection control booth, and in the center of the house
o Remote Viewing Interface with 2 touch-screen monitors
 House lights run either through Paradigm Control, located in the lighting control
booth and backstage right, or through Eos
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
 7 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
 4 ETC Source Four 36-Degree with SeaChanger Tungsten Profile, permanently
mounted on Box Tier Level upstage
 4 ETC Source Four 26-Degree with SeaChanger Tungsten Profile, permanently
mounted on Mezzanine Level upstage
 6 Vari-Lite VL3000Q Spot, permanently mounted on Truss A
 30 Vari-Lite VL1100 TI
o 11 on Truss B
o 6 on truss C
o 3 on truss D
o 5 each on trusses E, F
Follow Spots
 3 Robert Juliat Aramis 2.5kw in follow spot booth
o 6-frame boomerang
o Approximate throw: 110 feet
 Please note: there is not room for a fourth follow spot.
Connectors
 Dimming circuits are 2P&G (stage pin)
 Non-dim circuits are L5-20 (twist) – limited number of adapters available to
Edison or stage pin
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 to canopy height, approximately 40’. 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), absolute trim 37.5 feet due to fill speaker hang.
Contains 24 dimmable and 2 non-dim circuits (2 additional non-dims
dedicated to audio).
o Truss E (midstage), approximate trim 37.5 feet. Contains 24 dimmable
and 4 non-dim circuits.
o Truss F (upstage), absolute trim 42 feet due to fill speaker hang (unless
section is not seated). Contains 24 dimmable and 2 non-dim circuits (1
additional non-dim dedicated to audio).
 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. 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.
Orchestra Lighting
 Standard orchestra lighting includes 80 par downlights. 120 40-watt music stand
lights and 12 6-circuit orchestra stringers with triple taps are available on request;
these fixtures are dimmable at the stage manager’s 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 as follows:
 400A switch: 4/0 minimum, 100’ available in house
 200A switch: 1/0 minimum, 2/0 preferred, 100’ of 2/0 available in house
 100A switch: 1/0 minimum
 Adjustable breaker box: feeder required to match settings as above
 Per NEC Table 310.17, underrated feeder is not permitted for use on the
grounds of this facility.
Switch locations:
 Loading Dock: 1 200A switch
 Upstage Right: 2 400A switches with double neutrals; Lex adjustable breaker box
capable of limiting one switch 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
 Feeder Cable
o 2 – 50’ 4/0 feeder set, 3Ø
o 1 – 10’ 4/0 feeder set, 3Ø
o 3 – 50’ 2/0 feeder set, 3Ø (50’ permanently installed above Truss A)
o 1 – 12 circuit 220V moving light pagoda, permanently installed above
Truss A
o 1 – Lex Adjustable Breaker Box, 100-250A
 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
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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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For all amplified performances, the entire stage floor is carpeted with carpet color
matched to the natural floor.
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The Palladium has (2) Front of House (FOH) Positions, permanent and
secondary.
o The permanent FOH position is 75’ from stage on the house right aisle.
This position houses the in-house FOH console.
o The secondary FOH position is located 75’ from stage in the center of the
house, and is utilized for performances traveling with their own
consoles/equipment.
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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.
Acoustic Control
 Stage Carpet
o For all amplified performances, carpet is deployed across the entire stage
area. This cuts down on the transmission of acoustic information to the
floating stage floor.
o The carpet is commercial grade with a rubber backing to prevent slipping,
and is color matched to the natural Brazilian cherry finish of the stage
floor.
 Area Rugs
o There are various size area rugs available for use.
 Auralex ProMax (http://www.auralex.com/product/promax/)
o The Palladium has (6) Auralex ProPanels in inventory.
 (4) are currently deployed in the sound booth
 (2) are available for stage use
o Each panel is 2’ x 4’ and is attached to a straight stand for stability.
 Auralex Gramma (http://www.auralex.com/product/gramma/)
o The Palladium has (2) GreatGramma and (3) Gramma pads available for
use.
 Auralex HoverDeck and HoverMat System
o (2) custom 4’ x 8’ HoverMats (http://www.auralex.com/product/hovermat/)
o (1) HD-88concert HoverDeck
(http://www.auralex.com/product/hoverdeck/)
 Clearsonic Drum Shield
o (7) Panel, 4’ Height
In-House Mix Position
 Consoles:
o FOH: DigiCo SD9 (w/ 2 D-Racks, 48 In x 24 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
Speaker Systems
 As the hall has a very live response, running above 98 dB, A-Weighted, is not
recommended.
 Main Amplified System:
o 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.
o Please see photos at end of section for a closer view at speaker system.
 Left/Right Flown Arrays
 (9) Meyer Mica
 Left/Right Ground Stack
 (1) Meyer M’Elodie
 (1) Meyer USW-1 Sub
 On-Stage Front Fills
 (5) Meyer UPM-1P
 Cabling runs along the downstage edge of the stage.
 Flown Fills
 D-Truss (Mezzanine/Box Tier Left/Right)
o (2) Meyer UPA-1P
 F-Truss (Upstage)
o (6) Meyer UPM-1P
 G/H Truss (Gallery Boxes Left/Right)
o (2) Meyer UPM-1P
 Delay Fills (Gallery Level)
o (2) Meyer UPA-1P
 Choral Box Fills
 If choral terrace is not sold, then (2) Meyer UPA-1P will be
deployed.
 If choral terrace is sold, then (2) Meyer UPJ-1P will be
deployed.
 Choral Terrace Fills
 These are only deployed if the terrace is seated.
 (3) Meyer UPA-1P
 Under-Balcony Fills
 (50) QSC AD-C|52ST
 Powered by (4) Lab Gruppen C10:4X amplifiers
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Concealed Announce System:
o This system is used during our non-amplified events and is designed for
speech reinforcement only.
 Columnar Arrays
 (2) Renkus-Heinz Iconyx IC-8
o Installed in Main Orchestra Level
 (2) Renkus-Heinz Iconyx IC-16
o Installed in Choral Terrace
 Under-Balcony Speakers (See Above)
 Delay Fills (Gallery Level)
 (2) Meyer UPA-1P
Monitor Speakers
o (22) d&b audiotechnik e3 Low-Profile Monitors (6.5” x 1”)
 (12) Channels of d&b d6 Amplifiers
o (10) Meyer UM-1P (12” x 3”)
o (4) Meyer MJF-212A (2-12” x 4”)
o (4) Meyer CQ-2 (15” x 4”)
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.
 Program Speakers
o (3) Anchor AN1000X
 These are located Side Stage Left/Right and in the Lighting booth
for program feed.
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
Video Monitor
 Permanently Installed-Box Tier, Center
o (1) Canon XF-305 HD Camera
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 (14) 46” NEC E464 LCD Flat Panel TVs located throughout the lobbies
that receive the HD camera feed.
 Backstage, Green Room, Dressing Rooms, and Basement offices have LCD
monitors for this feed as well.
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
 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
 Record Input Snake
o Whirlwind E-Snake
 (48) Input Channels
 Input via MASS W4
o Gain staging performed by E-Snake control software
 Control Surface
o Digidesign C|24
 Studio Monitors
o Tannoy Precision 6D Speakers
Microphones
 Direct Boxes:
o (6) Countryman DT85
o (4) Radial J48
 Wired Microphones:
o AKG
 (2) D112
 (6) C414
o DPA
 (4) 4006
 (4) 4011
 (8) DPA 4099-V
 (2) clips each for Bass, Sax, and Piano
 (1) DPA 4099-Piano System
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
 (6) SM58
 (2) SM58S
o Lectern Microphones
 AKG GM15E w/CK33 Capsule
 Shure MX412 w/184 Capsule
 Wireless Microphones:
o Sennheiser EM-3032, 2-Channel Receiver
 (2) SK-5212 Lavalier transmitters w/DPA mic
 (2) SKM5200-UHF Handheld transmitter w/Neumann KM105
capsule
 (2) DPA DAD6003 Adapters for DPA 4099 mics
Microphone Stands
 Atlas Sound
o (15) Tripod Stand w/K&M Telescoping Boom Arm
o (12) MS-12CE Round Base Stand
o (10) MS-20CE Heavy-Duty Round Base
o (4) DMS-10E Short Round Base
o (4) DMS-7E Short Round Base
o (4) DS-7E Desk Stand
o (6) MAC-1 Multi-Purpose Clamp
 AKG
o (15) KM-251 Tripod w/K&M Telescoping Boom Arm
o (10) KM-211 32” 1-piece Boom Arm
Ancillary Equipment
 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
 (4) W2-XLRM 16 Channel Fanouts
o (2) W2-24 in stage box
Audio/Video Tie Lines
 Combination panels and Multi-Mode Fiber are located throughout the building.
Please contact House Staff for details.
Video Projection
 There is no in-house video projection equipment.
NOTE
 There are no stairs from the stage directly to the audience.
Photos
Palladium Stage from SR (No Carpet)
Permanent Front of House Position
Palladium Stage from SR (Carpeted)
Secondary Front of House Position
Front Fills:
Speakers rest on
stage, with cabling
dressed along the
downstage edge.
Ground Stack:
Top: M’Elodie
Bottom: USW-1
Side Fill System:
Horizontal Boxes: (2) UPM-1P
Vertical Boxes: (2) UPA-1P
Red arrows indicate speaker position
along pipe.
F-Truss:
(6) UPM-1P
Red arrows indicate speaker
position along pipe.
Ground Stacks:
Top:M’elodie
Bottom: USW-1
Setup 2
Setup 1
SR Choral Box
Choral Terrace
Choral Terrace/Box System:


Setup 1:
o (2) Meyer UPA-1p onstage of each Choral Box SR/SL.
o Utilized when Choral Terrace is closed.
Setup 2:
o (3) Meyer UPA-1p Upstage Center to cover Choral Terrace
o (2) Meyer UPJ-1p onstage of each Choral Box SR/SL
o Deployed when Choral Terrace is seated
SL Choral Box
View From Monitor Position to
Center Stage.
View From Center Stage to Standard
Monitor Position (Red Box).
Drawings
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.
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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