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Advance Contacts
Sasha Molin
144 EAST WELLS STREET
MILWAUKEE, WI 53202
HOSPITALITY DIRECTOR
(734) 274-1767 cell
smolin@ptglive.com
Robert Zenoni
Tech Pack
PRODUCTION MANAGER
414-573-7845 cell
rzenoni@pabsttheater.org
PTG LIVE EVENTS
MILWAUKEE, WI
PABSTTHEATER.ORG
Contacts
Hannah Maki
BOX OFFICE
(414) 286-6126 office
hmaki@ptglive.com
Gary Witt
CEO / TALENT BUYER
(414) 286-8302 office
(414) 737-3263 cell
gwitt@ptglive.com
Matt Beringer
COO / TALENT BUYER
(414) 286-8384 office
( 414) 333-6634 cell
mberinger@ptglive.com
Rich Ryan
BAR OPERATIONS MANAGER
(414) 430-1877 cell
rryan@ptglive.com
FAX
(414) 286-2154
General Information
The Historic Captain Frederick Pabst
Theater, a National Historic Landmark,
was built in 1897 by the brewing
magnate Captain Frederick Pabst.
Telephone
It was designed by architect Otto Strack in a Victorian
style with baroque decoration. The 1339 seat auditorium
is drum shaped with two balconies, the Mezzanine and
the Gallery. Decorated in reds and maroons with gold and
silver accents, the theater was extensively renovated in 1928,
restored in 1976, and rennovated again in 1989 and 2001,
making it one of the most beautiful theaters in the United
States.
Pabst Theater Box Office................................................. (414) 286-3663
During the 1989 rennovation, the Pabst Theater was
interconnected with the new, $120 million Milwaukee
Center development (which includes the Milwaukee Center
office tower, Intercontinental Hotel, and the Milwaukee
Repertory Theater).
The 2001 renovation added an expansive Pub and
additional lobby amenities and elevators making all floors
handicapped accessible. These amenities, combined with
a full proscenium stage including a hydraulic orchestra
pit, state-of-the-art lighting and sound system make the
theater suitable for virtually all performing arts including
theater, opera, dance, and music as well as being perfect
for weddings, meetings, receptions and other business
applications.
Pay parking is available in the Milwaukee Center below the
theater complex, at the BMO-Harris Bank on the SE corner
of Wells & Water Streets, and many nearby surface parking
lots and parking meters.
See Pabst Telephone Contact Sheet on page 15
Pabst Business Office......................................................... (414) 286-3665
Pabst Business Office Fax................................................ (414) 286-2154
Pabst Production Office................................................... (414) 286-2239
Pabst Production Fax........................................................(414) 286-0807
Travelling Production Office.......................................... (414) 286-0619
Travelling Production Fax................................................ (414) 286-0614
(if provided by touring company)
Personnel
CEO / TALENT BUYER
Gary Witt, gwitt@ptglive.com
COO / TALENT BUYER
Matt Beringer, mberinger@ptglive.com
PRODUCTION MANAGER
Robert Zenoni, rzenoni@pabsttheater.org
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
Jim Fyksen, jfyksen@pabsttheater.org
Address
Pabst Theater
144 East Wells Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
www.pabsttheater.org
HEAD SOUND ENGINEER
Brian Miller, bmiller@pabsttheater.org
BOX OFFICE MANAGER
Hannah Maki, hmaki@ptglive.com
Business Hours
HOUSE MANAGER
Pabst Business Office
Christine Segedy, csegedy@ptglive.com
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Pabst Theater Box Office
Monday – Friday
12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. & 2 hours prior to show
BAR OPERATIONS MANAGER
Rich Ryan, rryan@ptglive.com
HOSPITALITY DIRECTOR
Sasha Molin, smolin@ptglive.com
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Stage Specifications
Stage
Forestage
Width (wall to wall): ..........................................................................69’ 3-1/2”
Width (Proscenium opening)........................................................... 35’1/2”
Proscenium Width: ................................................................................35’ 1/2”
Proscenium Height: .........................................................................................21’
Depth (from forestage): ................................................................. 43’ 2-1/2”
Height (to grid): ........................................................................................... 70’-4”
Stage Floor: Wood, smooth, soft, plywood, black, screwable
(32’-0” w/ speaker stacks in place)
Depth (Front edge to plaster line)........................................................3’1”
Stairs from audience to stage are available at left-center
and right-center aisles, but obstruct rows A and B when
Orchestra Pit is at stage level.
Orchestra Pit
Basement
A hydraulic lift which can be set at any level between basement and stage. Can be used as a forestage, pit or audience
seating area. The Lift is NOT capable of being moved during
show due to safety and liability concerns.
Located beneath stage and is used as the main dressing
room area and catering/hospitality area.
Width..............................................................................................................33’9-1/2”
Depth...............................................................................................................9’ 6-1/4”
(Front edge center to edge of forestage)
Travel Distance..................................................................................................... 10’
(Basement level to stage level)
Pit Floor: Soft, smooth,plywood, painted black, screwable
Width:.........................................................................................................................48’
Depth:......................................................................................................................... 35’
Height:...................................................................................................................7’4.5”
Loading door from hydraulic lift (pit) to basement
...................................................................................................................6’1”w x 5’5”h
Access to stage via stairs DSR & DSL.
Access to house via basement passageway to lower lobby.
This access is locked during shows.
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Directions
These directions are for touring coaches so that they are facing in the proper lane direction
when parked. If you wish to park coaches in the reverse direction a more direct route should
be taken. Tractor-trailers and other trucks may choose to take a more direct route to allow
easier backing in to the loading zone.
FROM CHICAGO (TRAVELING NORTH);
FROM MADISON (TRAVELING EAST)
Travel I-94 to downtown Milwaukee. Stay in right lane as you
are entering downtown area. This lane will transition into exit
310C on the right, which is I-794 eastbound. At the end of this
long exit ramp, stay to the right on Exit 1D and you will be on
Plankington Ave. heading North. Proceed north thru the Wells
Street intersection and turn to the right (east) at the next
intersection which will be Kilbourn Ave. Proceed one block
and turn right (south) at Water St. and proceed one block to
Wells St. The Pabst is on the right (west) of Water St. at the
corner of Wells St. Turn right on to Wells St. Parking is in front
of theater in the right traffic lane. Bus power is strapped to the
last column and labeled “shore power”. Parking permits will
be provided for display in window of vehicles. Park the first
bus as far forward as possible, with the front of the bus at the
concrete light pole near the curb on the right. Push-outs/Slideouts cannot be used.
Travel I-94 into downtown Milwaukee area, staying in right
lane. Exit in right lane to exit 310B to I-43 North. As exit
transitions to I-43 northbound, take exit 72C on right into
Kilbourn Avenue tunnel. At end of tunnel, stay straight
onto Kilbourn Ave. and proceed to Water St. Turn right
(south) at Water Street and proceed one block to Wells St.
The Pabst is on the right (west) of Water St. at the corner
of Wells St.. Turn right on to Wells St. Parking is in front of
theater in the right traffic lane. Bus power is strapped to
the last column and labeled “shore power”. Parking permits
will be provided for display in window of vehicles. Park the
first bus as far forward as possible, with the front of the bus
at the concrete light pole near the curb on the right. Pushouts/Slide-outs cannot be used.
FROM GREEN BAY (TRAVELING SOUTH)
Travel I-43 into downtown Milwaukee. Exit 72E on right to Highland Ave exit. And ontinue straight thru State St. to Wells St.
Turn left (east) on Wells Street and travel east to 6th Street. Turn left (north) on 6th Street and travel north to Kilbourn Ave.
Turn right (east) on Kilbourn Ave. and travel to Water St. Turn right (south) at Water St. and proceed one block to Wells St.
The Pabst is on the right (west) of Water St., at the corner of Wells St. Turn right on to Well St. Parking is in front of theater
in the right traffic lane. Bus power is strapped to a column and labeled “shore power”. Parking permits will be provided for
display in window of vehicles. Park the first bus as far forward as possible, with the front of the bus at the concrete light pole
near the curb on the right. Push-outs/Slide-outs cannot be used.
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Parking/Loading Information + Exterior Photos
Touring Coach & Van
Parking with Shore Power
The Pabst Theater can accommodate parking for up to two
(2) full size touring coaches in the north lane of Wells Street,
facing east or west, along the sidewalk, adjacent to the
theater. The parked vehicles must stay clear of the Theater
lobby doors.
EXTERIOR VIEWS
The views above are as you approach the theater from the
East on Wells street. You will be parking in the right lane
against the curb here. Buses and buses with trailers may park
in either direction, whichever better facillitates the loadin/out
and passenger access to the coach.
Two (2)- 50 amp shore power circuits are available within 25
feet of coach parking lane to support two touring coaches.
Combination to locks provided upon arrival.
Truck and/or Van Loading
The Pabst Theater loading zone is located between the Pabst
Theater and a building to the west of the Pabst. Due to the
width of Wells street, the time of day, the traffic patterns and
metered parking across the street, some 48’ or larger tractor/
trailers may not be able to back into the loading “alley’ easily.
In those situations, trucks and vans will have to be street
parked and unloaded/loaded. Trucks in the loading zone may
be asked to detach the tractor and move for show time, as it
may block the sidewalk to the theater.
The loading zone or “alley” is at street and/or stage level
behind theater directly off of Wells Street (a major, 4- lane,
East-West street) and can accommodate one tractor-trailer at
a time. The alley is 18’-0” wide. A ramp or liftgate is essential for
loading and unloading. There are no stairs or ramps between
truck unloading and stage. Prior arrangements must be
made for forklifts and lift trucks. The Loading Roll-up door USL
(northwest corner) is approximately 7’-2” w X 11’-6” h.
LOADING ZONE
Trucks must back in to the loading zone prior to parking
the touring coaches! Do not park west of concrete light
pole at corner of loading zone.
This view is the truck loading zone. Tractor trailers will back
into this area between buildings. The trailer must be clear
of the sidewalk and the tractor must be disconnected by
showtime to allow access across the sidewalk. Tractor parking
is usually across the street at hooded parking meters.
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Stage Equipment
Rigging
The Pabst Theater stage is equipped with a counterweight rigging system,
which is controlled via a locking rail located stage left on the stage level. There
are 32 battens, 42’-0” to 45’-0” long, located on approximately 12” centers.
The stage is equipped with 5 overhead electrics and there are 3 permanent
orchestra shell ceilings located on these battens. Please refer to stage line plot
for specific electric and ceiling locations.
Stage Draperies
(1) Main Curtain, gold velour, guillotine only, stage right.
WILL NOT MOVE WITH FLOWN LOUDSPEAKERS!
(1) Grand Teaser, gold swagged velour, permanently hung under proscenium
arch.
(10) Masking Legs, black velour, unlined, flat, 13’-0” w x 30’-0” h.
(5) Masking Borders, black velour, unlined, flat, 45’-0” w x 10’-0” h.
(1) Masking Border (Main Teaser), black velour, lined, flat, 43’-0” w x 14’-0”h.
(2) F
ull Traveller Curtain, blk velour, 50% fullness, unlined, 45’-0” w x 30’-0” h,
1@midstage & 1@upstage
(1) Sky Drop/Cyc, White, flat, Seamless Lino, 45’-0” w x 30’-0” h
(1) Sharkstooth Scrim, Black, 40’-0” w x 30’-0” h
Orchestra Equipment
The Pabst Theater is equipped with a 10-panel rolling orchestra shell with 3
flying ceiling panels. Once in place, the orchestra shell stands approximately
20’-0” tall, and provides room for approximately 60 musicians with full
percussion section (35’-0”w x 28’-0”d). Associated with the orchestra shell is
the following orchestra equipment;
(50) Chairs, metal frame, straight back, red
(12) Wenger Musicians Chairs, Black, Adjustable
(60) Manhasset Music Stands, black
(1) Manhasset Conductor’s Music Stand, black
(24) Music Stand Lights, black, 40W
(1) Conductor Podium, 3’-0” x 3’-0” x 8” h
(1) Conductor Podium, 30” x 30” x 10”h
(1) Conductor Podium, 24” x 24” x 10”h
(1) 9’-0” Steinway Concert Grand Piano, “D” Model, black
(1) Piano Bench, Padded, adjustable
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Stage Rigging Batten Schedule
(See page 17 for Stage Plan)
DESCRIPTION
LINE NUMBER
DISTANCE FROM PLASTER*
Main Act Curtain (SR)
0
1’0”
Grand Teaser
1
1’2”
700#
1st Electric (36 circuits)
2
2’8”
700#
2nd Electric (12 circuits)
3
3’ 8” (short pipe)
600#
4
4’6”
1600#
5
5’ 8”
600#
6
6’ 8”
700#
7
7’ 8”
900#
8
8’ 8”
900#
9
10’ 1”
700#
Orchestra Shell Ceiling
10
10’ 8”
1000#
3rd Electric (24 circuits)
11
11’ 10”
700#
12
12’ 10”
900#
14
13’ 10”
1300#
16
14’ 6”
700#
18
15’ 8”
700#
20
16’ 7”
700#
22
17’ 7”
700#
23
18’-1”
1000#
24
18’ 8”
700#
26
19’ 9”
700#
28
21’ 4”
700#
29
22’-2”
700#
31
23’-2”
700#
33
24’-2-1/2”
700#
35
25’-0”
700#
Orchestra Shell Ceiling
37
26’-3”
700#
5th Electric (24 circuits)
40
27’ 8”
700#
42
29’ 4”
700#
44
30’-8”
700#
45
31’-2” (short pipe)
900#
Black Traveller
46
31’-7”
700#
Sky Drop
47
32’ 6”
700#
Black Traveller
Orchestra Shell Ceiling
4th Electric (24 circuits)
Back Wall
LOAD (ABOVE PIPE WT.)
39’ 9” (at CL)
*Plaster line 3’ 1” from the edge of the stage.
The stage is also equipped with a hemp rigging system, controlled via the hemp rigging gallery located stage right on the
second floor. This system provides the ability to spot single lines as well as 4-line or 5-line hemp battens in between permanently
located counterweight rigging battens for specific show requirements.
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Theater Audio Systems
The public address sound system is comprised of flown
L’Acoustics KARA loudspeakers. The FOH console is an AVIDDigiDesign Venue Mix Rack digital mixing system with Profile
control surface. The speaker system also has stage stacked
speakers for main floor coverage.
The Front-of-House mixing position is located at the rear of the
orchestra seating, under the balcony, approximately 75’ from the
plasterline. It is interconnected to the stage via a 56 x 20 copper
audio snake. The snake is fully balanced and contains stage
communications and video tie lines which terminate in balanced
fantails at the mixer and balanced stage box with monitor
splitter fantail at the stage and can be used with touring sound
systems as well as the in-house system. The snake terminates in
the stage right wings with a monitor split to the stage left wings.
The onstage monitor sound system is comprised of a AVIDDigidesigns SC-48 console, EAW SMH200 floor wedge
loudspeakers and EAW KF-600 Sidefills, capable of producing 10
discreet onstage mixes as well as an operator listen mix.
We are also equipped with two channels of Clear-Com
production communications in all theater areas; backstage,
control booth, trap room/basement, orchestra pit, house and
front of house. Headsets, handsets, beltpacks and cables are all
available for interconnection for all productions. All production
areas and lobby spaces are also equipped with global paging
and onstage program monitors with individual volume controls.
The sound system is powered with a 120/240 VAC, 100A, 3
phase, 5-wire company switch (with isolated ground), for the
interconnection of road sound systems. Power tie-ins can be
performed by house staff and no special provisions need be
made. Cam-Lok connectors are available at stage level in the
stage right wings for simple power interconnection to road
distros.
Cudahy’s Irish Pub, located adjacent to our main lobby, is
equipped with the ability to play iPod background music as well
as to have 2 channels used for public address. The Pub can also
be fitted with a 12’w x 8’d stage and PA for small musical events
or buisiness presentations.
The following page contains a list which comprises the
Front of House and Stage Monitor systems inventories.
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THEATER AUDIO SYSTEMS - CONTINUED
Public Address Sound System (FOH)
The following list comprises the Front of House and Stage Monitor systems inventories and may
change on a per-show basis. Please contact us for available quantities and specific equipment.
Control/Playback
(1) D
igidesigns Venue Mix Rack with Profile Digital Control Surface,
Dual DSP, 48 Input/16 Output
(1) Denon DN-C550R Dual Disk CDR-CDRW Recorder
(1) Denon 635A Compact Disk Recorder
Power & Loudspeakers
(18) L’Acoustics KARA loudspeakers, LA8 Processor/Amplifiers, (9 per side, stereo, Flown PA)
(6) EAW SB850F Sub-Bass Loudspeakers, Dbx Drive Rack PA Processor (Three per side max, placed on auditorium floor, PA SUB)
(4) EAW-KF650z Loudspeakers/EAW MX-8000 Electronic Crossover (Two per side, placed on stage floor, PA)
(2) EAW-KF300 Loudspeakers/EAW MX-200 Electronic Crossover(One per side,stereo, IN FILL/CENTER FILL)
(3) L’Acoustics, LA8 Power Amplifiers, Flown PA
(3) Crown MA-3600VZ Power Amplifiers, SUBs
(3) Crown MA-1200 Power Amplifiers & (1) Crest CA-6 Power Amplifiers, stage stacked PA & IN FILL
(3) Crown MA-2400 Power Amplifiers & (2) Crest CA-9 Power Amplifiers,stage stacked PA & IN FILL
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THEATER AUDIO SYSTEMS - CONTINUED
Stage Monitor Sound System
CONTROL
MICROPHONES & ACCESSORIES
(1) AVID-Digidesigns SC48 Digital Audio Mixer with Dual PSU
(10) Shure SM-58 Microphones
(1) TrippLite Smart 1050 Power Conditioner/Battery Back-up
(7) Shure SM-58A Beta Microphones
(1) Tascam CD-RW750 CD Player
(12) Shure SM-57 Microphones
(5) Shure SM-81 Condenser Microphones
POWER & LOUDSPEAKER
(3) Nady CM-90 Condenser Microphones
(1) Shure SM-Beta 87 Microphone
(11) E
AW-SMH200iH Floor Wedge Loudspeakers, Passive or
Bi-amped
(3) Sennheiser MD 421U Microphones
(2) E
AW-SM115iV Floor Wedge Loudspeakers, Passive or
Bi-amped
(3) Sennheiser E-609 Microphones
(4) Sennheiser E-604 Microphones
(4) E
AW KF0600 Virtual Array Loudspeakers, Three Way
Stereo Sidefills
(2) AKG D-112 Microphones
(11) C
rown MA-2402 Power Amplifiers, each fitted with
Crown USP2-PIP2 Cards (NO CROSSOVER CONTROL)
(3) Beyer M-88-B Microphones
(8) 50’ x #12 AWG, NL4-NL4 loudspeaker cables
(8) 25’ x #12 AWG, NL4-NL4 loudspeaker cables
(6) 10’ x #12 AWG, NL4-NL4 loudspeaker cables
(6) 5’ x #12 AWG, NL4-NL4 loudspeaker cables
CABLES & STANDS
(60-80) Microphone cables, various lengths
(30-40) M
icrophone stands and Booms
of various sizes/lengths.
(1) Shure SM-52 Beta Microphone
(1) Shure SM-Beta 91, Microphone
(4) Shure Beta-98 H/C Clip-on Mics
(4) Crown PCC-170GT Microphones
(8) Shure UR UHF RF Wireless System Recievers, G band
frequencies, with Antenna Amplifier
(6) S
hure UR UHF RF Wireless Handheld Microphones
fitted with Shure SM-58 Capsules
(6) S
hure UR UHF RF Wireless Lavelier Transmitters, fitted
with Shure MX-150B Microphones
(3) Countyman Isomax E6 Headworn Microphones
(6) Whirlwind IMP-2 Passive Direct Box
(6) Countryman #85 Active Direct Box
(5) DoD 275 Active DI Boxes
(8) Behringer Ultra DI-100 Active Direct Boxes
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Theater Lighting System
Control
Other
A Road Hog4 is networked to control all lighting at the
Pabst Theater. The console is housed in the FOH control
booth with an ArtNet (Ethernet) connection format to
the house dimmers. The console can be located in the
auditorium as well. The availability of seven other DMX
universes allows automated lighting, color changers, and
hazers to be controlled separately from the venues (288)
ETC Sensor 2.4 KW dimmers. The Hog4 system has a wireless
remote connection to iPads and other tablet devices. Two
Lycian #1267 follow spotlights are permanently housed in
the FOH control booth located in the Mezzanine level for
those productions that require them. The theater also has
the ability to provide electrical service to touring lighting
systems and make the needed electrical tie-ins with no
special or advance notice.
The Pabst Theater stage lighting system is also equipped
with a 120/240 VAC, 800A, 3 phase, 5-wire company switch
for the interconnection of road lighting systems. House staff
can perform electrical tie-ins and no special provisions need
be made. This electrical service is part of the 1200A, 3-phase
service that supplies the house dimming and is NOT in
addition to the house dimming service. Cam-Lok connectors
terminate in the stage right wings at stage level for easy
interconnection.
See pages 19 & 20 for Stage Circuit Plan and Basic House
Lighting Hang
The following list reflects the current inventory and may
change on a per-show basis.
Dimming
1200 A, 3 phase, 4-wire w/ground electrical service supplying
(288) ETC Sensor 2.4 KW dimmers (Dimmer per circuit)
Distribution
(288) Hardwired, 20A, stage lighting circuits on stage and in
house and (1) Circuit Intercept Panel which intercepts 75%
of the FOH circuits and routes then to backstage right. (12)
flexible moving light circuits are fed from the stage right
wings to allow for intelligent lights to be batten or floor
mounted in a variety of stage locations
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Theater Lighting Inventory
The following list reflects the current inventory and may change on a per-show basis.
LEKO’s
ETC Source Four Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlights
(24) 10° ETC Source Four Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlight, 575W
(permanently located on FOH Rail)
(16) 19° ETC Source Four Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlight, 575W
Striplights
(5) Kliegl 6’ x 4 circuit Far Cyc striplights, 2 lamps/color, 500WT2/
lamp
(6) L&E 7’ x 3 color Mini-Striplight, MR16/ 75W lamps, with floor
trunions
(permanently located 8 in each Box Boom)
In addition to these FOH units, we have;
(50) ETC Source Four Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlight Bodies
Follow Spotlights
(2) Lycian #1267 Superarcs, 400W HTI lamp, 6 color boomerang
(575W cap) to support;
(8) 19° ETC Source Four lens tubes
Intelligent Lighting Fixtures
(30) 26° ETC Source Four lens tubes
(when specifically requested)
(30) 36° ETC Source Four lens tubes
(8) Vari-lite VL-2500S, Spot fixtures, floor or batten mounted
(4) 50° ETC Source Four lens tube
P.A.R. Lights
Efx, Haze and Fog
(1) DF50 Hazer (non-DMX version)
ETC Source Four P.A.R. Spotlights
(48) E
TC Source Four PAR Spotlights, 575W, VNSP, NSP, MFL, or
WFL lenses available
Altman P.A.R. 64 Spotlights
(24) Altman P.A.R. 64 Heads, Q 1000 W, MFL Only!
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Theater Communications Systems
Telephone System
Internet
Each production area in the Pabst Theater has a digital
telephone line fitted with a multi-function digital
telephone AND an analog telephone line to be used with
analog devices such as fax machines, answering machines
and computer modems.
The Pabst Theater has an “open” wireless computer
network within the production areas. They will be
identified on your computer or handheld devices as
“Pabst-Basement” or “Pabst-Backstage”. “Join” or log-on
to the either of these and you can gain access to the
internet. No i.d. or password is required. There are NO
CONTROLS on these network nodes, so remember that
pop-ups, spam and other non-desired files, applications
or exe’s are allowed thru!
The telephones have the ability to dial extension
telephones within the Pabst Theater by merely dialing
the last four digits of the phone number, i.e. 286-2239 to
dial “outside” of the Pabst Theater, dial ‘9’ and then the
number desired. Calling cards and credit card calls are
placed normally after dialing ‘9’. Numbers dialed thru the
analog line by fax machines and/or computer modems
must also contain a ‘9’ prior to the dialing string to access
an outside line.
DO NOT UNPLUG THE DIGITAL TELEPHONE!! All
telephones in the production areas must remain plugged
in for the entire communications system to function
properly. A “trouble” alarm will sound at our main
terminal if a system telephone is unplugged.
IF THE TELEPHONE HAS NO DIAL TONE OR SCREEN
FUNCTIONS it is probably unplugged or plugged into
the wrong jack. Simply check the cable or change the
telephone cable from it’s current jack to the jack labeled
“Phone” and the telephone dial tone and functions should
be restored.
BE CAREFUL TO PLUG YOUR COMPUTER (MODEM)
IN TO THE CORRECT JACK!! The telephone jacks
are labelled “Phone” for the digital telephones and
“Fax/Modem” for analog devices. PLUGGING YOUR
COMPUTER INTO THE DIGITAL JACK (Phone) WILL
RESULT IN A DAMAGED MODEM OR WORSE. The
Pabst Theater does not accept any responsibility for your
damaged equipment!
There are NO Ethernet jacks available to you to interface
to the internet, although, as stated above, each
production area is fitted with an analog modem jack so
you may use your dial-up service if desired.
PLEASE DO NOT SET UP YOUR OWN WIRELESS
NETWORK OR PLUG ANYTHING INTO OUR NETWORK.
THIS WILL NOT WORK AND DISRUPT ALL OTHER
WORKING WIRELESS.
WIRELESS MICROPHONES, IN-EAR
MONITORS AND HANDHELD RADIOS
Since the Pabst Theater is a downtown theater, nestled
between many taller buildings, and a matter of 4 feet
from a busy highway, certain types of communications
are disrupted, limited or downright BAD. Any and all
VHF communications devices such as handheld radios,
wireless microphones and am/fm radios seem to work
poorly in our location.
UHF devices have a much better track record here at
the Pabst, with minor disruption in a few bands of UHF
In-Ear Monitors caused by HD television broadcasting in
our area. Please see attached frequency spreadsheet to
determine if your wireless systems may have interference.
The Pabst Theater own UHF wireless microphones in the
‘B’ band (692-716 Mhz) and they have worked perfectly for
many years.
IF YOU ARE USING UHF IN-EAR MONITORS, PLEASE
CHECK YOUR FREQUENCIES TO SEE IF THEY ARE
IN DIRECT COMPETITION WITH LOCAL UHF or HD
TELEVISION IN OUR AREA.
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Theater Communications Systems
PRODUCTION COMMUNICATION
The Pabst Theater has a two channel, wired communications system for use during
productions. It is Clear Com based with wired jacks located in all production areas.
Headsets, beltpacks and other devices are available for your production. The system
can also be simply adapted to your touring system during load in.
FREQUENCY COORDINATION
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Staff Contact Numbers
(Dial last four digits as ext. within the Pabst)
PRODUCTION PHONE NUMBERS
Pabst Production Office;
(Stage Right Wings)
(414) 286-2239
(414) 286-0807
(414) 573-7845
Phone (House PM; Robert Zenoni)
Fax
Mobile
Star Dressing Room
(in Stage Left Wings)
(414) 286-8424
(414) 286-0915
Phone
Fax/Modem
Lighting Control Booth
(Administration Level)
(414) 286-2230
(414) 881-8001
Phone (House LD; Jim Fyksen)
Mobile
Dressing Room A
(Basement S.E.)
(414) 286-0621
(414) 286-0616
Phone
Fax/Modem
Dressing Room B
(Basement S.W.)
(414) 286-0620
(414) 286-0615
Phone
Fax/Modem
Travelling Production
(Basement N.W.)
(414) 286-0619
(414) 286-0614
Phone
Fax/Modem
Dressing Room C
(Basement N.W.)
(414) 286-0618
(414) 286-0613
Phone
Fax/Modem
Catering Prep
(Basement N.E.)
(414) 286-0617
(414) 286-0612
Phone
Fax/Modem
NON-PRODUCTION PHONE NUMBERS
Hopitality Director
(734) 274-1767
Mobile (Sasha Molin)
Box Office Manager
(414) 286-6126
Phone (Hannah Maki)
FOH/Bar Manager
(414) 430-1877
Mobile (Rich Ryan)
PR Department
(414) 286-6182
(262) 391-3203
Phone (Andrew Nelson)
Mobile
Management/Settlement
(414) 286-8384
(414) 333-6634
Phone (Matt Beringer)
Mobile
Management/Settlement
(414) 286-8302
(414) 737-3263
Phone (Gary Witt)
Mobile
Building Engineering
(414) 286-3658
(317) 201-5196
Phone (Joe Huser)
Mobile
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Pabst Seating Plan
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Pabst Stage Plan
35’ ½”
55’ 9¾”
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Pabst Stage Section View
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PABST STAGE CIRCUIT PLAN
Pabst Stage Circuit Plan
LOADING
DOOR
159
161
151 152
153 154
160
162
FLY FLOOR ABOVE
278
282
277
281
146
150
143 145
147 149
144
148
Drop Boxes from
Grid to stage
127 129
131 133
261
265
105
103
101
99
97
95
93
85
83
81
79
77
75
73
71
69
63
61
59
57
55
53
51
49
47
45
263
267
107
65
271
275
LOCK RAIL
269
273
135 137
139 141
109
87
279
283
111
114
116
90
92
64
66
68
58
62
56
60
82
54
88
80
52
86
106
78
50
84
104
76
48
112
102
74
110
100
72
264
268
98
8'-0"
Drop Boxes from
Grid to stage
96
272
276
46
270
274
70
108
118
67
130
134
89
128
132
91
138
142
113
136
140
262
266
117
8'-0"
94
280
284
FLY FLOOR ABOVE
122
126
119 121
123 125
120
124
8'-0"
256
260
255
259
WALL
ON FLY FLOOR
253
257
37
39
41
43
285
286
287
288
38
40
42
44
254
258
WALL
ON FLY FLOOR
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
35
33
31
36
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
16
18
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
155
157
165
163
169
167
171 172
173 174
183
184
171 172
173 174
170
168
166
164
156
158
ON TRAP ROOM WALL
in Basement Below
178
175
176 177
175
176 177
178
175
176 177
178
SIGHT LINES
45
'3
"
'2"
66
ON FLY FLOOR
PLA STER LINE
64
'2
'2
1/
2"
64
2"
1/
187
185
189
193
195
192
190
190
197
199
196
194
200
198
Box Boom Position
(at end of Balcony Rail)
Box Boom Position
(at end of Balcony Rail)
191
189
186
188
204
208
203
206
205
210
207
212
216
214
209
218
211
220
213
215
217
224
In Balcony Box
251
252
222
219
228
221
226
223
232
229
234
231
235
237
250
249
GALLERY COVE
POSITION ACCURATE
TO WITHIN ± 6"
233
243
246
242
248
247
241
240
238
244
CENTERLINE
245
239
236
COVE HANGING PIPE
COVE HANGING PIPE
FRONT OF GALLERY
227
225
230
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DRWN:
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03.01.02
Stage Lighting Circuit Map
PABST THEATER
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7'-6"
Pabst Basic Lighting Hang
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Wa l Mounted Ra dia nt Hea ters
5
"
8
Ele c . Pa nel
Stag e Do or
1' - 3"
Up
29 '- 6 1/2 "
34 "-1 1 1/2"
3'-0" 4'-0"
CL
3'-4"
35 '-
1
2
CL
4'-0"
3'-4" 3'-8"
33 '- 9
Hydr au lic Orc hestr a Pit Lift
NO Rigging Steel
DS of Plasterline
"
4'-0"
2
1
"
3'-9"
CL
3'-8" 3'-0"
34 '- 4"
PLA STER LI NE
3'-4"
7' - 6"
Down
Th isdo cu men t ma y con tain inform atio n wh ic h isc on fi d ential, prop rie tary an d privilege d.
If y ou a re no t the in dividu al or en ti ty to which it isinten de d, n ote tha t a ny rev ie w, d isclosu re, c op ying ,
retran smissio n o ro ther use is stric tly p roh ib ite d. T hisdo cu men t is fo rpic to ria l inform atio n
on ly, a nd is no t inte nd ed as e xac ti ng projec t in fo rmation u nless n oted .
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WARNING; T HIS GRID AND AS SOCIATED ST EE L ST RUCTU RE S OR S UPP ORT SHAVENOT BEE N
RAT ED BY A LICE NSED P RO FES SIONAL ENGINEE R ANDTHE RE FORE IS NOT L OADRATE DF OR ANY
SP ECIFICT EMP ORARY LOADS. EACH RIGGED LOAD MU ST BE INSPE CTED FO R TO TAL WEIGHT, PROP ER
RIGG INGTE CHNIQ UE AND MUST ADDE D TO T HE CAL CUL ATIONS FO R MUL TIP LE LOADS O NT HE
SAME BE AM TO DE TERMINE T HE RELATIVE T OTAL BEAM LO AD.
Star Con duc to r
Dre ssing Ro om
Up
No
Rigging
1' - 9"
Stag e R igg ing Lo ck R ail at S tage Lev el
No
Rigging
Ed ge of Lo adin g De cks Ab ove , ap pr ox. +24'
(2) 1- Ton House A udio Rigging Points
Rigging Steel is below Grid
walk ing surfa ce at 70'- 4" a.f.f.
3'-6" 3'-6" 3'-8"
26 '- 11 "
f.
pprox. 2 5' a.f.
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(2) 1- Ton House A udio Rigging Points
Ed ge of R ig gin g Dec k Abo ve, ap pr ox. +24'
Pr od uction Of fice
Down
No
Rigging
Orc hestr a S hell
Stor age
3'-8"
6"
6' - 4
18 '
No
Rigging
"
4
1
4' -7
3'-8"
6"
DO OR
"
1
4
9' - 6
37 '- 5"
LO ADI NG D OO R
' "
4 -8
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DR WN : RSZ
No Scale
1/1/07
ST AGE R IGGING PLAN
PABS T TH EATER
Pabst Rigging Steel Plan
Pabst Theater Hospitality
The Pabst Theater Catering & Hospitality department is ready to handle all of your
catering, hospitality and lodging needs.
Lodging
The Pabst Theater Group partners with many local
Downtown hotels to provide you the best rate for your
stay, as close as possible to the theater. Each rooming
request is differnet and the rates depend upon many
factors such as quantity, day, date and market volume.
Please contact Sasha Molin and let us try to get you the
best rate for your stay.
Catering
At the Pabst Theater, we have our own in house kitchen
team which consists of seasoned veteran Chefs from
some of the city’s best kitchens. Kevin, Lou-Lou and Julie
will create and execute a menu designed specifically for
your group. They enjoy cooking many style’s of cuisine,
including Regional American, French and Italian Bistro.
Asian and Latin American dishes are also often enjoyed
by our guests.
After our Hospitality Director, Sasha Molin, receives your
rider, she will work with Chef Kevin and the team to put
together a menu based on your tastes and are always
happy to retool it according to your feedback. It’s our
goal to make your time backstage an unforgettable and
enjoyable experience.
We are happy to cater to any dietary restrictions and are
able to create dishes specific to your needs.
Sasha Molin
HOSPITALITY DIRECTOR
smolin@ptglive.com
(734) 274-1767
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Lodging
Please inquire about pricing.
Sasha Molin
HOSPITALITY DIRECTOR
smolin@ptglive.com
(734) 274-1767
The Pfister Hotel
424 E Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202
.4 miles from Pabst Theater
800-323-7500 phone
414-273-5025 fax
www.thepfisterhotel.com
InterContinental Hotel
139 E Kilbourn Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53202
500 feet from Pabst Theater
414-276-8686 phone
414-276-8007 fax
www.intercontinentalmilwaukee.com
Hilton Milwaukee City Center
509 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
.5 miles from Pabst Theater
414-390-1894 phone
414-271-8841 fax
www.hiltonmilwaukee.com
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Hospitality Continued
The lower level of the stage area at the Pabst comprises of
the dressing rooms, a beverage/barista station, dining area,
and relaxation area. We can comfortably accommodate a
large “cast” or tour in the Hospitality Area, with fully appointed
dressing rooms, dedicated Production office, a small laundry
area and dining/buffet areas.
Of course, there is always “down time”, so we have a large
collection of arcade and video games, foosball, cable television
and a sound system with many vinyl albums to spin.
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