Production & Technical Information

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Stage

  • Proscenium Opening width: 33' 4'
  • Proscenium Opening – Arch height: 23' 0''
  • Proscenium to rear wall: 31' 9''
  • Curtain line to rear wall: 29' 8''
  • S.R. wing 15'w x 31' 9''d
  • S.L. wing 13'w x 28' 9''d
  • Thrust/Apron: installed over orchestra pit 36'w x 16'd (max. configuration)

Power

  • USR 400AMP
  • MSR 200AMP
  • DSR+DSL 100AMP

Truck Access

  • Single overhead roll-up door 8ft high by 10ft wide, stage right

Dressing Rooms

  • No dressing rooms on stage level
  • Rooms are on second floor accessible by elevator
  • 2 star dressing rooms with private full baths
  • 2 chorus dressing rooms
  • Men’ and Ladies’ restrooms across the hall from chorus rooms
  • Men’s and Ladies’ restrooms next to 2 dressing rooms downstairs below stage

Rigging

  • Single purchase counterweight system with 26 line sets at 800 lbs. each
  • All battens are 42’ long
  • Acoustic sound baffles – 3 orchestra shells 6'h x 42'w
  • Drapery (black velour)
  • 2 sets legs 24'h x 10’w
  • 4 borders 10'h x 42'w
  • 2 travelers 24'h x 42'w
  • 1 blackout 24'h x 42'w
  • Burgundy Main Curtain (guillotine and traveler) 24'h x 42'w

Optional Package (for additional cost, see additional equipment)

  • Muslin Cyc 24'h x 42'w
  • White Scrim 24'h x 42'w
  • Black Scrim 24'h x 42'w

LIGHTING PACKAGE:

SUPPLIED WITH LICENSE - REPERTOIRE PLOT

  • (Call T.D. for updated “Rep.” Plot as well as list of additional stock)
  • Control: ETC Expression 3 control console with 1200 channels
  • Dimmers: 144 ETC D20E dual 2.4 KW 20A dimmer modules (288 dimmers total)
  • FOH: Cross stage catwalk at mid-orchestra
    • 10 Source 4 10 Ellipsoidals
      • 20 Source 4 19 Ellipsoidals

Mid Booms

  • 4 each side Source 4 19 Ellipsoidals

Near Booms

  • 6 each side Source 4 26 Ellipsoidals
  • 4 each side Par 64

On Stage: Electrics 1 – 3

  • 16 Par 64
  • 7 Source 4 36 Ellipsoidals (per electric)
  • 6 Source 4 26 Ellipsoidals (per electric)
  • Electric 4
  • 5 R-40 Border lights

Additional Units 5 R-40 Border lights are available for floor.

  • 5 Par 64
  • 13 8” Fresnel
  • 3 S4 36s
  • 4 S4 26s
  • 2 S4 19s
  • 10 Altman 6x9
  • 20 Altman 6x12
  • 4-4 Light Audience Blinders
  • 4 – sets of ACL PAR 64
House will supply color gel for 4-color wash—Lav, Blue, Amber and Red
Licensee is responsible for all other color.
 

All electrics (FOH catwalk, booms, and on stage electrics) are equipped with:

  • 4 pin XLR outlet boxes to accommodate automated color media equipment
  • outlet boxes for DMX controlled equipment.
  • 14 floor pockets (stage pin) for 3 circuits with 6 outlets each.
  • (8) bases and ( 8) 12’ pipes for side trees.

HANGING/REFOCUS FEE:

  • Refocus and/or rehanging of more than 6 instruments will incur a charge to be determined

Basic Sound Package: Supplied for $500

  • 1 Meyer MSL-4 main speaker per side
  • 1 Meyer 650-P sub per side
  • EAW JF-80 and Meyer UPA speakers for delays
  • 12 channel on the house sound console (Yamaha PM-3500)
  • Access to house microphone inventory (excludes wireless system)
  • 2 wedge monitors (single mix) controlled from house sound console

Premium Sound Package: Supplied for $1,500

  • 1 – Whirlwind 40 Channel ISO Transformer/3way Splitter Snake
  • 1 – Yamaha PM 3500 52 Slot (48 mono + 4 Stereo)
  • 2 – Klark Teknik DN 360 Dual 31Band Equalizer (Mains L&R, Under Balcony, Front Fill)
  • 1 – Meyer Sound Lab CP-10 Dual Parametric Equalizer (Balcony Fill)
  • 1 – Urei 539 Single 31Band Cut Only (Subs)
  • 4 – Yamaha 1030 Digital Delay (Time Zone Alignment)
  • 1 – DBX 160XT Single Channel Compressor
  • 3 – DBX 1046 (12 Channels of Compression)
  • 5 – Drawmer (10 Channels of Gates)
  • 1 – Lexicon PCM 91 Digital Reverb
  • 2 – Yamaha PRO R3A Digital Reverb
  • 1 – Yamaha SPX 1000 Multi Effects Processors
  • 8 – Meyer Sound Lab MSL-4 (Main Left and Right)
  • 4 – Meyer Sound Lab 650-P (Subs)
  • 6 – Meyer Sound Lab UPA-1C (Balcony Fill)
  • 10 – EAW JF80 (Front Fill/Under Balcony)
  • 1 – Tascam 112B Cassette Player
  • 1 – Denon 650 CD Player
  • 1 – Panasonic 3800 DAT Machine
  • 6 – Channel Shure Wireless Combo w/4 Lav Beltbacks & 6 Handhelds

Monitors

  • 1 – 56 Channel 24 Output Yamaha 4000M Monitor Console
  • 3 – DBX 2231 Dual 31Band Equalizer
  • 2 – Klark Teknik DN 360 Dual 31 Band Equalizer
  • 12 – Meyer Sound Lab UM1-P Stage Monitors
  • 1 – QSC Drum Sub
  • 1 – Yamaha Pro 3 Multi-Effects Unit

Microphones

  • 1 – Shure SM91 Beta
  • 1 – Shure SM52 Beta
  • 3 – Shure SM58 Beta
  • 7 – Shure SM58
  • 5 – Shure SM57 Beta
  • 5 – Shure SM57
  • 5 – Shure SM81
  • 4 – Shure S98
  • 1 – AKG D112
  • 7 – Sennheiser 421 II
  • 10 – BSS Direct Boxes
  • 3 – Countryman Direct Boxes
  • 1 – AMT M40 Piano Mic
  • 1 – AMT S25B Upright Bass Mic
  • Sound System is configured in 6 time delay zones.
  • Audio Power – 200 AMP, 3 phase, 5 wire
  • Miscellaneous hospital grade 20 AMP Edison outlets located on both stage and orchestra levels.

Additional Equipment

1 Yamaha Recording Drumkit

$125

1 SWR 800 Bass Head w/ 4 10”5

$ 50

1 Roland JC 120 Amplifier

$ 50

Acoustic baffles – 3 hung (stage width)

Included

Ladders, ironing board, prop tables, steamer

Included

2 Channel Clearcom w 11headsets and beltpacks

Included

50 music stands

$ 10 per stand or $250 for 50 stand

60 orchestra chairs

$ 15 per chair or $500 for 100 chairs

15 music stand lights

Included

24’ Genie Lift

Included

Thrust/Apron

$300 plus additional stagehands costs (TBD)

Super Trouper Spotlights

$200 per day plus operator

Electrical Tie-In

$250 (when equipment is brought in from outside bergenPAC)

All work on stage and in theater, including but not limited to, load in/out, set-up, focus (lights), sound, rigging, fly system use, staging, electrical, carpentry, props, wardrobe, etc., must be performed by IATSE Local 632 stagehands.

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