AT&T | 1856 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre

Dee and
Charles Wyly
Theatre
Technical Specifications
Table of Contents
Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre Technical Specifications
GENERAL INFORMATION
2
CONTACT INFORMATION
3
PARKING INFORMATION
5
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
7
STAGE SPECIFICATIONS
10
STAGE DRAWINGS
11
LIFT MECHANICS
13
RIGGING SPECIFICATIONS
14
SOFT GOODS INVENTORY
15
BLANK LINE SET SCHEDULE
16
LIGHTING SYSTEM
18
POWER DISTRIBUTION
20
AUDIO / COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
21
VIDEO INFORMATION
22
STANDARD ROOM AND SEATING CONFIGURATIONS
23
SEATING CAPACITIES
32
BACKSTAGE AND DRESSING ROOM INFORMATION
32
SUPPORT AREAS
34
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES
35
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT / MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
36
MEDICAL ATTENTION
38
The information provided in this document is subject to change.
Updated 2/10/14
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General Information
THE AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is comprised of the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, the Dee
and Charles Wyly Theatre, Annette Strauss Square, and Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park.
Winspear Opera House and Strauss Square specifications are available on request.
Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre
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General Information
AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
Information and scheduling for the following services and equipment are coordinated through the
Center Operations Department:
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Technical and/or production requirements
Facility information for production areas, stage equipment, parking regulations and permits
Special equipment needs, availability and extra charges
Scheduling information and requirements for Center stage department heads
Other production-related activities, permits and requests
Paul M. Cathey
Director of Production and Events
Tel. 214-978-3657 office
Fax 214-954-9936
Email: paul.cathey@attpac.org
Amanda West
Production Manager
Tel. 214-978-3651 office
Fax 214-954-9936
Email: amanda.west@attpac.org
Eric Miller
Assistant Production Manager
Tel. 214-978-3634
Fax 214-954-9936
Email: eric.miller@attpac.org
* Requests for technical and production information about the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House,
Nancy B. Hamon Hall, and Annette Strauss Square and Sammons Park should be directed to those
listed above.
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OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT – TECHNICAL STAFF
Technical Manager – Weston Keifer
weston.keifer@attpac.org
(214) 978-3662
Technical Supervisor – Djemal Burris
djemal.burris@attpac.org
(214) 978-3646
Technical Supervisor – Brian Morgan
brian.morgan@attpac.org
(214) 978-3952
Technical Supervisor – Nicole Iannaccone
nicole.iannaccone@attpac.org
(214) 978-3687
Technical Supervisor – Mason Krenzien
mason.krenzien@attpac.org
(214) 978-3965
Technical Supervisor – Stephen Woodward
stephen.woodward@attpac.org (214) 978-3974
ADDITIONAL CONTACTS
Operations Manager – Graeme Bice
graeme.bice@attpac.org
(214) 978.3654
Senior Event Manager – Alex Hargis
alex.hargis@attpac.org
(214) 978-3960
Event Manager – Wellington Hughes
wellington.hughes@attpac.org
(214) 978-3656
Event Coordinator – Meredith Merritt
meredith.merritt@atpac.org
(214) 978-3633
Public Safety Manager – David Gilster
david.gilster@attpac.org
(214) 978-3627
Concessions Manager – Angela Dennison
angela.dennison@wolfgangpuck.com (214) 978-3624
Senior House Manager – Robert McDowell
robert.mcdowell@attpac.org
(214) 978-3637
Ticketing Services – Blake Henneberry
blake.henneberry@attpac.org
(214) 978-3612
Administration/Reception
(214) 978-2800
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General Information
SITE MAP AND PARKING
PHYSICAL AND SHIPPING ADDRESSES
The Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre is located at:
Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre
2400 Flora Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
The loading dock is located off of Ross Avenue between Leonard Street and Jack Evans Street. The truck dock is
4’-0” high with a door opening of 11’-11” H x 9’-0” W and accommodates one semi-trailer at a less than three
degree decline from street level; a smaller van dock is also available on the north side of the building with a door
opening of 8’-2” H x 10’-6” W. The van dock is equipped with a leveler.
Shipping Address (all mail and deliveries):
Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House
2403 Flora Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
32.790357 N by 96.79726 W, 472 feet above sea level
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General Information
LONG TERM TRUCK PARKING
State of Texas and City of Dallas traffic regulations prohibit overnight curbside parking. Clients are responsible for
coordinating long term parking options.
If a substantial wait time is expected, other staging areas may be necessary.
GENERAL LOADING DOCK AND PARKING INFORMATION
1. Dock space and truck parking is subject to availability of the Wyly Theater loading dock and must be advanced
with the production department.
2. Reset the dock leveler after each use. Damages from driving away with the leveler deployed are the
responsibility of the user.
3. Dock doors will be closed immediately upon completion of pickup or delivery. If extended periods of the doors
being open are required, security must be notified. Do not defeat the air curtains. Any resulting damages will be
charged.
4. Reasonable and easy access pathways through the dock are to be maintained at all times. Access to all stage
doors, and cable passes in the dock must be available at all times.
5. Furniture dollies, hand trucks, flat bed carts and palette jacks that belong to the Center must be returned after
use unless previously arranged with Center staff. Use is subject to availability.
6. Any major construction, staging, prep work, power requirements or running crew space required in the loading
dock area must be coordinated with the Center two weeks before the event.
7. Any trash or construction debris in the loading dock and stage area is the responsibility of the client and should
be removed daily - including sawdust, metal shavings, food and other trash.
8. The loading dock is a shared space where first in has priority. Cooperation with others is expected.
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Policies and Procedures
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR PRODUCTION FACILITIES
These rules are provided for AT&T Performing Arts Center user groups that utilize any stage, backstage or
related production areas. Additional Center policies and rules may be adopted and enforced as necessary without
prior notice.
1. Decorations or signs will not be placed in any rooms, hallways, lobbies or theatres in the Center buildings
without the permission of management. Expenses for any damages incurred by the violation of this rule will be
paid by the party responsible for the damage.
2. No sign or decoration is allowed on the building exterior or sidewalk unless approved in advance by the
Operations Department or Event Services Department.
3. The Center will maintain its facilities for what it deems normal use. The lessee may be charged an additional
cleaning fee for removal of decorations, excessive trash and debris, damage to or soiling of finishes, furnishings
or equipment.
4. The presenter will not obstruct any portion of the entries, hallways, elevators, stairs or other egress paths from
Center buildings including access to all building utilities.
5. The presenter will not permit smoking in any theatre or in control rooms at any time. Smoking on stage is only
permitted as part of a performance, and only when management approval and a valid fire permit have been
obtained in advance. Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.
6. Animals (other than service animals) will not be allowed in Center buildings for any reason other than for use in
a production or related promotional event. This privilege must be secured through the Center Operations
Department prior to load-in. If animals are used as part of a production it is the presenters’ responsibility for
cleanup of all waste. A fee will be incurred if not adhered to.
7. If food and/or beverages are to be provided for visiting company personnel, receptions or related events, these
services must be provided by the Center caterer. Not applicable for backstage.
8. AT&T Performing Arts Center reserves the right to determine the uniformed or non-uniformed security
personnel requirements for each event. Loaded firearms are prohibited in Center buildings, with the exception of
on-duty peace officers, Center security and ‘stage use’ weapons, which have appropriate safety features and prior
approval by the Operations Department.
9. AT&T Performing Arts Center reserves the right to eject or cause to be ejected from the premises any person
or persons violating the law or causing a disturbance that could result in a breach of the peace and/or damage to
the venues of the Center. Neither the Center nor any of its employees shall be liable to the client for any damages
that may be sustained by the client through the exercise of such rights by the Center.
10. Only doors equipped with a magnetic hold-open device may be propped open; all other doors must never be
propped open.
11. The acquisition of access cards will not be granted without the user relinquishing state issued ID. Building
master keys will not be given out to anyone without written notification from building management.
12. Contracting the building does not guarantee facility tours. All building tours must be arranged in advance by
contacting Patron Services.
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PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES
1. The visiting company will provide identification and/or complete lists of all persons to be allowed in the
backstage area. This list must be provided at the beginning of the load-in and is subject to approval by the
Operations Department. The Center reserves the right to restrict backstage access as needed. All persons must
sign in and show identification at the stage door; visiting company should provide and wear credentials.
2. The house opens no fewer than 30 minutes prior to the scheduled show time. All set-up and sound checks
must be completed by this time. The Operations Department will assist the visiting company in opening the
house on time.
3. The Center house manager will verbally approve the start of a performance and the end of intermission.
4. The management reserves the right to determine the final maximum sound level for any event in Center
venues.
5. All preproduction coordination between the visiting company and the Center will be coordinated by the
Operations Department. The presenter will make every effort to provide all paperwork regarding the technical
needs of the event, a basic timeline and expectations of the house at least two weeks prior to the scheduled date.
6. The Center maintains security for all areas under its jurisdiction. No additional locks will be permitted on any
door on the premises. It is recommended that valuables be collected by the visiting company’s stage manager
prior to the performance and kept until the performance is completed. The Center assumes no responsibility for
valuables or personal property left in dressing rooms.
7. CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS ARE REQUIRED for any use of flame, combustible materials, stage use fire
arms and pyrotechnic effects. All use of flame, smoke effects, firearms and pyrotechnics must be approved in
advance by the Operations Department and the City of Dallas fire marshall, and when appropriate the State of
Texas fire marshall. This includes the use of candles, incense, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, lighters, torches of any
kind, flash paper, stage firearm weaponry etc. Client companies must be prepared to demonstrate effects to the
authority having jurisdiction prior to approval. All associated costs are the responsibility of the presenter.
The use of any special effects that may affect audience comfort or safety (such as the use of strobe lights) must
be approved in advance by the Operations Department. The Center reserves the right to limit or prohibit the use
of effects that may constitute a hazard to patrons, employees or the facilities.
THE POSSESSION OF AND USE OF FIREARMS, OTHER THAN STAGE USE WEAPONS WHICH HAVE
APPROPRIATE SAFETY FEATURES, IS PROHIBITED IN CENTER FACILITIES.
8. The lessee shall follow all fire code regulations regarding public performance, including the use of flame
resistant materials for scenic or design purposes, as well as keeping the area clear around fire doors. Certificates
of fire retardancy may be requested.
9. AT&T Performing Arts Center staff must approve any use of atmospheric effects (i.e. smoke, haze, fog or
cracked oil). The Center reserves the right to ban confetti, rice and glitter from the premises at any time.
Additional fees will be applied if not adhered to or if additional cleaning is required.
10. Location of all production equipment must be approved in advance by the Operations Department.
11. The number and type of stage labor required for the event shall be determined after consulting with the
Operations Department.
12. Any damaged equipment must immediately be brought to the attention of Center staff.
13. Access to the house tools is limited to members of the Center staff. It is the responsibility of the presenter to
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bring all required tools for the event. Center staff may loan tools at their discretion.
14. AT&T Performing Arts Center will not be responsible for lost or damaged equipment provided by the presenter
or the presenter’s outside vendors.
15. The visiting company shall provide a clean copy of the production script in advance of arrival for ADA needs.
STAGE REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES
1. The visiting company will not make holes or drive nails, tacks, stage screws or similar articles in any part of the
premises without approval by the Operations Department.
2. Any changes to house rigging, lighting, audio or other equipment must be approved in advance by the
Operations Department.
3. Tying in power must be performed by qualified personnel and must be arranged in advance.
4. Only Center staff may operate the following house equipment: lift system, tower controls and the Vortek
automated fly system.
5. No scenery or other obstruction may cover any required exits or exit signs. No scenery or other obstruction
may prevent the rolling fire door located stage right from sealing completely. Tenant is responsible for any
necessary modifications to accommodate.
6. All best efforts should be made to keep the house curtain available for use.
7. The use of man lifts, scissor lifts or forklifts to be operated only by qualified personnel. Runabout and scissor
lifts are not allowed on stage traps or cable troughs.
8. All access to galleries and catwalks as well as dimmer or sound rack rooms may be monitored or approved by
Center staff.
9. The Center must be notified if hot work is to take place a minimum of 48 hours in advance of work being
performed.
10. Hard hats shall be worn on deck and in the house any time work is being performed in grid areas at height,
or when working below a lift.
11. If the Vortek rigging system is to be used with personnel attached, such as in a focus track, the batten should
be set at appropriate height, Vortek disabled and accessed by man lift.
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Production Specifications
STAGE SPECIFICATIONS
Potter Rose Performance Hall
Stage Dimensions
Stage Floor - Sprung renewed resources polyboard
Proscenium
Height: 16’-6” to 26’-8” with adjustable header
Width: 42’-0” to 56’-8” as needed
Stage Width
Proscenium & Thrust
On Stage Right (centerline to SR gallery): 38'-6”
On Stage Left (centerline to SL gallery): 38’-6”
Wing Space Right (proscenium to SR wall): 16’-8” (torms in) 25’-11” (torms out)
Wing Space Left (proscenium to SL gallery): 16’-10” (torms in) 24’-2” (torms out)
Thrust Only
Thrust Stage: 24’-0”
Flat Floor and Main Stage
Total (east wall to west wall) 93’-0”
Stage Depth
Proscenium & Thrust
Total (plaster line to back wall): 48’-2”
Last Line Set (from plaster line): 38’-8”
Crash Wall (from plaster line): 41’-0”
Thrust Only
Thrust Stage: 27’-0”
Flat Floor Only
Total (north wall to south wall): 108’-5”
Elevations
Grid Height (stage deck to walkable steel): 71’-8”
Deck to I-Beam: 79’-0”
Operating Gallery Height: 32’-0” (to pin rail) 28’-7” (to walkable surface)
Orchestra Pit
Full pit: 9’ L X 41’ W X 8’ below stage level
Capacity: 20-30 people
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STAGE DIMENSIONS (PLAN)
Not to scale
Stage trap area of 42’-6” x 15’-0” splitting center line just upstage of proscenium not pictured.
Both compressed air and water connections are available off stage right.
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CENTERLINE SECTION DIMENSIONS (STAGE RIGHT)
Not to scale
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LIFT MECHANICS
Only lifts #1, #4 and #5 are used for the orchestra pit and therefore are the only lifts that have multiple level
options. (Note: 0’ indicates even with the stage floor.)
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RIGGING SPECIFICATIONS
Potter Rose Performance Hall
The Vortek Automated Control System may only be operated by Center staff.
Fly System
(44) 1.5” schedule 40 black pipe, 63’-0” long w/ Vortek Pro Series 1200 lb capacity hoists
Line sets over stage have a maximum speed of 3 feet per second
Main curtain hoist has a maximum speed of 3.5 feet per second
Maximum Trim: 68’-4”
Chain Hoist System
Power connector type-HBL2426
Control connector type-HBL2425
Various lengths of motor power and control cable.
(16) Fully independent circuits
(8) Located over stage at grid
(8) Located FOH catwalks
(8) 1T chain hoists w/ 80’ fall with a maximum speed of 16 feet per minute
(4) Chain hoist stands
(1) Chain hoist control pickle
Motor power and control cables
Miscellaneous Rigging Hardware/Equipment
(20) Loft blocks: for pin rail/rope use – can be moved on grid.
25lb, 50lb & 100lb Sandbags
Belaying Pins
(10) 4‘ Batten Extensions
6’ and 3’ Polyester Roundslings
5’, 10’ and 30’ Wire Rope Slings
5/8”, ½”, 3/8”, 5/16” Shackles
(2) Traveler tracks
Building Load capacity information available upon request
Please contact venue in advance to confirm availability of all rigging hardware and equipment.
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SOFT GOODS INVENTORY
Quantity
Description
Height
Width
2
Black Velour Borders - Flat
15’
66’
4
Black Velour Borders - Flat
10’
66’
4 pair
Black Velour Legs
30’
14’
2 pair
Black Velour Panels
30’
25’
2 pair
Black Velour Traveler Panels
34’
30’
1
Black Sharkstooth Scrim
30’
63’
1
White Sharkstooth Scrim
30’
63’
1
White Filled Leno
30’
63’
1
White Muslin Bounce
30’
63’
Black velour goods are flat without fullness and contain bottom chain.
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Potter Rose Blank Line Set Schedule
Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre
Line Set Schedule (w/ Unavailable Line Sets) -- SAE English
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LIGHTING SYSTEM
Potter Rose Performance Hall
Lighting Control Equipment:
Main Consoles: ETC Eos and ETC Ion
Also Available: Strand Light Palette Live
Strand Vision.Net Architectural Lighting Control System
Strand C21 2.4k and 6k Dimmers
AVAILABLE
CIRCUITS
TYPE
AVAILABLE
CIRCUITS
Catwalk
20A
162
Grid
20A
180
Gallery
20A
36
Deck
20A
30
Vomitory
20A
6
Lift One
20A
4
Lift Two
20A
6
Trap Room
20A
6
Spot Booth
20A
6
Total
20A
436
Catwalk
60A
2
Grid
60A
2
Gallery
60A
3
Deck
60A
3
Total
60A
10
LOCATION
Cue Light System
10 Circuit Cue Light System – at deck locations DSR/USR DSL/USL, gallery rail, booth, tech table etc. Control
only available at FOH mix position and booth.
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LIGHTING INVENTORY
Gel Cut Size
Potter Rose Performance Hall
Quantity
10
12” x 12”
Source Four Elips 19deg 575w
58
6.25” x 6.25”
Source Four Elips 26deg 575w
76
6.25” x 6.25”
Source Four Elips 36deg 575w
72
6.25” x 6.25”
Source Four Elips 50deg 575w
10
6.25” x 6.25”
Strand 8" Fresnel 1kw
28
10” x 10”
Strand 6" Fresnel 500w
18
7.5” x 7.5”
Source Four PARnel 575w
18
7.5” x 7.5”
Source Four PAR 575w
60
7.5” x 7.5”
Source Four Elips 10deg 575w
6
11.5” x 10”
Altman 8, 4-circ MR16 Strip Lights w/ Hardware 75w
6
4.75” x 4.5”
Lycian Super arc Followspot w/ Stand 400w HTI
2
N/A
Altman T3 CYC Light (3 Cell) w/ Hardware
Lighting Accessories Specs
Light Ladder (4 Rung)
8
50lb Boom Bases
8
Strand 8" Fresnel Barndoor
28
Strand 6" Fresnel Barndoor
18
ETC Source Four Barndoor
70
ETC Source Four Tophat
20
ETC Source Four Halfhat
56
Lighting Incidentals Specs
Morpheus S- Fader Color Scroller (Ellipsoidal Frames
only)
(CMY 3 sheet color mixing system)
18
Morpheus Color Scroller Power Supply
5
Vari*Lite VL1000 TI ERS
4
Vari*Lite VL2500Spot
4
Six programmable two-port Strand N21 DMX nodes available upon request. A written layout of what universes
nodes should be programed should be given to the technical manager 48 hours in advance of use.
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POWER DISTIBUTION
Potter Rose Performance Hall
Company Switches
Cam Out
(Y/N)
G&N
Reversed
(Y/N)
200A
Y
N
Interior Loading Dock
Lv. 3
200A
Y
N
Standard Three Phase
SR Gallery Lv.4
400A
Y
Y
Standard Three Phase
SL Tech Vault Lv. 2
400A
Y
Y
Standard Three Phase
Interior Loading Dock
Lv. 3
100A
Y
Y
Standard Three Phase
Trap Room Lv. 2
100A
Y
Y
Three Phase w/ Isolated
Ground
SR Tech Vault Lv. 2
100A
Y
Y
Three Phase w/ Isolated
Ground
SL Tech Vault Lv.2
100A
Y
Y
Three Phase w/ Isolated
Ground
SL Gallery Lv. 4
100A
Y
Y
Type
Location
Size (in
Amps)
Standard Three Phase
Exterior Loading Dock
Lv. 3
Standard Three Phase
Heavy Duty Switch Disconnects
Cam Out
(Y/N)
G&N
Reversed
(Y/N)
Type
Location
Size (in Amps)
Standard Three Phase
USR Gallery Lv.4
100A
N
N/A
Standard Three Phase
Rooftop Terrace Lv. 10
100A
N
N/A
Standard Three Phase
Stage Manager Office
Lv. 9
60A
N
Standard Three Phase
HR Proscenium
Catwalk Lv. 4
100A
N
N/A
N/A
Standard Three Phase
Esplanade Lv. 1
100A
Y
Y
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AUDIO/ COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Potter Rose Performance Hall
Console
(2) Yamaha M7 48 channel digital console
Main Speakers
Full house coverage from permanently mounted cabinets throughout the auditorium including mid-hi column
arrays and three low frequency cabinets
(6) JBL AM6200/95
(3) JBL AL6115
(21) JBL Control 25
(21) JBL Control 23
LCR Mid/High Array
LCR Subwoofer
under balcony fill speakers
under balcony FX speakers
Auxiliary Speakers
(2) JBL AM6212/00
LR Proscenium Mid/High Array
(2) JBL AL6125 LR Subwoofer
(6) Tannoy Di6 Front fill speakers
(5) Meyer UPJ Thrust fill speakers (rigging hardware available)
Outboard Equipment
(2) DN-C635 Denon CD Player
(1) Panasonic DVD-S68 DVD Player
Qlab and MOTU 823
Hearing Assist
Listen LT 800FM System
Communication
Clear-Com MS-440 four channel main station
(8) two channel Clear-Com RS602 belt packs
(5) one channel Clear-Com RS601
(4) two channel Telex TR-800 wireless belt packs
(17) Clear-Com Single muff XLR headsets
(5) Clear-Com Dual muff XLR headsets
(4) Speaker Stations
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VIDEO INFORMATION
Video:
Dry video patching to multiple >>>> around stage and in the house
Multi mode fiber optic patching around stage and tech booths
Distributed RF throughout the building
Data:
Multi mode fiber optic patching to stage and tech booths
Patchable Cat5e points around stage and to multiple points in the theatre/building.
Tie Line:
Patchable analog dry lines throughout the theatre
Full inventory of equipment including microphones, cables and other assorted equipment available upon request.
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Room and Seating Configurations
STANDARD SEATING CONFIGURATIONS
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SEATING CAPACITIES
Seating Capacity
Configuration
Level 3
Level 3A
Level 3B
Total
Proscenium Stage
409
79
79
567
Thrust 1
403
87
87
577
Thrust 2
375
87
87
549
DRESSING ROOM INFORMATION
Potter Rose Performance Hall
Dressing Rooms/Work Spaces
Located on level 2 under the main stage floor:
(5) 19’-0 x 10’-0” dressing rooms with makeup area, full bathroom and shower facilities. Suitable for four people
per room.
Located on level 0:
(2) 31’-6” x 11’-1” chorus dressing rooms with makeup area, full bathroom and shower facilities. Suitable for 12
people per room.
Located on level 2:
(1)14’-0” x 19’-0” costume maintenance area with two washers and dryers.
(1) 14’-6” x 28’-6” greenroom with multiple seating areas and vending machines.
Clothes racks are available upon request.
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Backstage Information
DRESSING ROOMS (PLAN)
(Level 2)
(Level 0)
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Backstage Information
SUPPORT AREAS
*Portable sound system available upon request for all auxiliary spaces (subject to availability)*
Rehearsal Hall (Level 9)
-Connected to the Bess and Ted Enloe Terrace
-One full wall mirror
Width
Length
Height (deck to ceiling)
Studio Theatre (Level 6)
-Equipped with a lighting grid
-Equipped with 48 dimming lighting circuits
-Equipped with air wall to divide room in half
Width
Length
Height (deck to ceiling)
Height (deck to pipe grid)
(10) 10’W x 16’-7”H Black Panel with fullness
(3) 30’W x 2’-6”H Black Borders
(1) 31’W x 16’-5”H Bleached White Cyc
39’-2”
58’-1”
21’-0”
38’-4”
44’-2”
18’-6”
16’- 8”
Patron Lounge (Level 6)
-Window overlooking Sammons Park and the Winspear Opera House w/ an adjustable curtain
Width
38’-4”
Length
45’-7”
Height (Deck to Ceiling)
18’-6”
-No overhead rigging available in room
Sky Lounge (Level 10)
-Indoor room connected to the Mark and Barbara Thomas Lemmon Rooftop Terrace
-Small catering prep area attached
Width
14’-6”
Length
34’-2”
Height
8’-11”
Mark and Barbara Thomas Lemmon Rooftop Terrace (Level 10)
-Outdoor Space with Epay wood floor
Width
28’-2
Length
95’-0”
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Backstage Information
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES
Potter Rose Performance Hall
1280
Rehearsal Hall
151
Studio Theatre
98
Patron Lounge
148
Studio/Patron Lounge Combined
396
Sky Lounge
49
Lemmon Terrace
384
Enloe Terrace
85
Ann Swisher and Michael F. McGehee Education Center
51
Conference Room
49
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Additional Information
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT/ MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
*All additional equipment subject to availability
Lighting Console
Strand Palette Preset
Audio Console
Soundcraft Spirit FX 16
Speakers
(2) JBL EON 15 G2 self-powered speakers with tripod stands
Outboard Equipment
(2) Shure UHF-R Series wireless SM58 microphones
Denon DN-V310 CD/ DVD Player
Listen LT Hearing Assist (10 receivers) 216Hz
CableTek 50’ six channel audio snake
Straight microphone stands with round bases (boom arms available)
(Note: Portable audio system can be used in the Studio Theatre, Patron Lounge, Sky Lounge, Grand Lobby or
Rehearsal Hall.)
Other Support Equipment
(1) Steinway Model B Piano
(1) Yamaha C-1 Piano
(2) Yamaha T1-21 Upright Pianos
(35) Music Stands
(40) Wilkahn Portable Tables
(200) Black Chairs
(6) Rolls of black or grey dance floor 6’-7” W x 64’-0” L
(1) JLG 25’ Run-a-bout Genie Lift
(1) JLG 45’ Outrigger Lift
Water coolers are available for use backstage. There will be a charge of $3.35 per five gallon bottle.
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Additional Information
Production Telephones & Internet
Event rental telephone lines are available for rent on request with locations in most backstage areas.
Each phone line requested will be $125.00 for the entire usage time and includes a handset.
One analog fax line is available with two weeks prior notice. The fee for the analog line is $200.00.
Each hardwired Internet connection will be $75.00 for the entire usage time.
AT&T Performing Arts Center Wi-Fi is free and available at all times. To access connect to attwifi, open the web
browser and agree to the terms.
All fees for communications will be a direct company charge.
Water coolers are available for use backstage. There will be a charge of $3.99 per five gallon bottle.
Security
If uniformed security is requested, AT&T Performing Arts Center will arrange for personnel through the Center per
a security contractor, with extra charges to be paid by the client.
Credentials may be checked out by security. A $10.00 charge per item will be incurred if not returned.
If parking credentials are issued and not returned there will be a $25.00 per item.
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Additional Information
MEDICAL ATTENTION
AT&T Performing Arts Center is pleased to offer all visiting artists and production teams immediate access to
health care via Baylor University Medical Center, one of the top regional medical facilities.
Baylor University Medical Center’s Premier Services provides preferred and quick access to physicians in a time
of emergency or medical need, and also bypasses the normal admission channels.
The Premier Services program director and her assistant take all inbound phone calls made to the Premier
Services hotline. This hotline functions 24 hours a day, and seven days a week. Baylor has also dedicated a
team of five physicians that will handle all inbound patients from the Center. Based on the medical emergency or
need, when calling the hotline the Premier Services team will provide instructions and directions on which medical
office/ER and which physician the patient will need to visit. The Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas,
3500/3600 Gaston Avenue (one mile from the Center), will be the primary receiving location for anyone needing
medical attention.
If someone has a cold, fever, sprains an ankle, gets a cut or needs non-emergency or emergency medical
attention, Premier Services will provide instant and preferred care from Baylor University Medical Center.
Individuals who call the Premier Services hotline will need to provide the following:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Full name
Social Security number
Birth date
Upon arrival at the hospital or a physician’s office, the individual will need to provide valid insurance
information.
5) Please note the only types of visit that cannot be accommodated by Baylor University Medical Center are
open, follow-up or workman’s compensation claims.
For professional medical care, please call the following phone number:
Premier Services, Baylor Health Care System
Machelle Wilson Davenport or Leslie Shelton
24/7 Hotline: 214-820-4531
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