Chandler Center for the Arts center stage view

Chandler Center for the Arts

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The Chandler Center for the Arts is located on the Chandler High School Campus in downtown Chandler on the northwest corner of Arizona Avenue and Chandler Blvd. The loading dock located on the west side of the facility in the back parking lot. Directions

Technical Information

MAINSTAGE TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Carpentry Lighting Audio Wifi and Connectivity Microphones & Direct boxes Cables and Stands

Properties Wardrobe Production Linseset Schedule Policies Reference Guide

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CCA Mainstage Capacity: 800-1500

TECHNICAL STAFF

ADMINISTRATION

Carpentry

The Main stage can seat 800, or with the addition of two turntables of divisible seating can accommodate up to 1,500.

Stage Dimensions:

  • Proscenium:
    • Width: 60’-4”
    • Height: 29’
    • Depth: 38’ upstage of plaster line
    • 18’-10” downstage of plaster line at center
  • Wing Space:
    • Stage right: 25’ with overhead obstructions at 19’-6”
    • Stage left: 25’ with overhead obstructions at 19’-6”
    • Other floor level obstructions exist please contact technical staff if you are concerned about wing space.
  • Orchestra Pit:
    • Width: 40’ Length: 22’
    • Pit is 10’ + deep. There is no lift and the floor has two landings, 8” and 16” lower. At 4” below stage height there is a re-mesh safety net. Only the conductor’s section, 4’x 6’, is removable. A plywood and 2x4 framed cover is usually placed on the re-mesh safety net to extend the stage.
  • Stage Floor:
    • 2x4 sleepers
    • 16’ o.c., covered with 5/8” plywood and decked with 1x4 T-G yellow pine topped with black stained 1/4” Stagelam floor decking
  • House Drapery:
    • House curtain-Cherry Red-two panels 41’-6” x 32’ split traveler hand drawn from stage right.
    • It is the only counter weighted lineset in the building.
  • Legs:
    • Black velour flat, three pair 12'-6" x 30' Black commando cloth flat, one pair 15' x 30'
  • Borders: 
    • Cherry IFR velour sewn flat with fullness tied in , one at 114’ x 12’.  Borders Black IFR velour flat , two at 10’ x 75’, one at 69’ x 12’, one at 10’ x 80’ and one at 10’ x 95’
  • Full Blacks:
    • Two black velour traveler curtains with 50% fullness, two panels 39’-6” x 30’ at mid stage and two panels 38’-6” x 30’ upstage
  • Scrims:
    • Black scrim 55' x 30'
  • Cyclorama:
    • White seamless leno-filled scrim
  • Linesets:
    • Height to the bottom of trusses is 61’, there is no grid.
    • See Lineset Schedule for number of linesets, their assigned purpose, working heights and capacity.
    • Capacity of electrics and available sets is 1200lbs. Point load is 150 lbs.
    • Length of pipes varies, See Line Schedule.
    • Diameter of pipes is 1 1/2” SCH40 pipe.
    • Control panel is located on the stage right wall.
    • There are three points over the house to facilitate flying truss for shows with that requirement. Over the Main Stage 24-rigging points have been permanently installed for shows carrying motors and truss. Each point has a 1/2T (1000lbs) capacity. Upstage there are two rows of points. These upstage rows may not be combined to lift greater loads.
    • Permanently installed 1000# rigging points must be used for hanging chain motors and truss with which your show may be traveling. Please contact staff for the location of these points.
  • Shop is reserved for Chandler High School production activities. Companies should not assume that the shop can be used as an extension of the stage nor to store or assemble scenery.  CONSTRUCTION AND PAINTING INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE FACILITY IS PROHIBITED.

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LIGHTING

POWER

  • One 120/208V, 100 AMP disconnect, 3-phase power feed; cam-lok connectors. Stage-Left Shop
  • One 120/208V, 400 AMP disconnect, 3-phase power feed; cam-lok connectors. Stage-Right

COMPANY SWITCH

  • 1-120/208V, 400A at 120V. Attachment by lugs or cam-lok connectors.

DIMMERS

  • 384 - 2.4KW ETC Sensor+ Dimmers. *Two dimmers are dedicated to forestage ceiling lighting.

CONTROL

  • Electronic Theatre Controls EXPRESS 72/144: 1024 DMX Dimmers, 240 Channels, 144 Control Channels (Faders), 24 designated Sub-masters, fully automated cueing capabilities with up to 600 cues, single scene or two-scene pre-set mode. Also, ETC Ion 1024 with two 20-Channel Universal Fader Wings: plus one 1 x 20 Channel Universal Fader Wing (for a total of 100 channel faders) 1024 Output/Parameters, 10,000 Channels and Cues, 1000 Presets, Groups, Effects and Macros. Both Lightboards located at back of house, Lower Booth.  May also be operated in-house or backstage right. ETC SmartFade 1248 (12 channels) located Stage Right runs independently of the EXPRESS and ION.

HOUSELIGHTS

  • ETC Unison control system with nine programmed presets is available. Control is from back of house, Lighting Booth, or Backstage right.

CIRCUITS: (384/20A circuits, 382 available for theatrical lighting)

  • 1-52 Front Bridge
  • 53-76 Back Bridges
  • 77-82 Tormentor Stage Left
  • 83-88 Tormentor Stage Right
  • 89-94 Balcony Rail
  • 95-100 Lower Booth
  • 101-140 1st Electric
  • 141-180 2nd Electric
  • 181-220 3rd Electric
  • 221-260 4th Electric
  • 261-290 5th (Cyc) Electric
  • 291-302 Stage Left Floor Pockets
  • 303-322 Backwall
  • 323-334 Stage Right Floor Pockets
  • 335-358 Stage Left Transverse Electric
  • 359-382 Stage Right Transverse Electric
  • 383-384 Forestage/Overhead

CABLE

  • 1200' in various lengths.  All cable is 12/3-SO with NEMA L5-20 twistlock connectors. (Ground dog goes in.)  24-twistlock to stage pin adapters, 20-twistlock two-fers, and other misc. adaptors are available.

THERE IS NO FRONT OF HOUSE TRANSFER

FOH POSITIONS

  • See plan at end of form.

INSTRUMENTS:

CONVENTIONALS:

  • 12 - 5° ETC Source Four Lekos (750w)
  • 16 – 10° ETC Source Four Lekos (750w)
  • 6 – 14° ETC Source Four Lekos (750w)
  • 80 - 19° ETC Source Fours Lekos (750W) – Note: 12 Lekos in Tormentors (6 per side)
  • 22 - 26° ETC Source Fours Lekos (575W)
  • 46 - 36° ETC Source Fours (Lekos 575W) (8 flown Side-Trees/Booms with 4 Lekos each)
  • 8 - 25°>50° ETC Source Four Zoom Lekos (750W)
  • 10 – 50° ETC Source Four Lekos (750w)
  • 2 – 70° ETC Source Four Lekos (750w)
  • 96 – 8” Fresnels (1K) : (4 Elect.x 4 Color x 6K) + 4 Spares
  • 12 – 2-cell (2 circuit) Far Cycs (1K) : (4 color x 6K)
  • 8 – 6-cell (3 circuit/3-color) Floor Cyc Strips (1K)

FOLLOWSPOTS:

  • 2- Lycian Superstar 1200W.

HARDWARE:

  • 12- 8" barndoors
  • 8- 10' booms with threaded bases
  • 24-pattern holders of both types (“A” & “B” sizes)

FILM,VIDEO, AND PROJECTION EQUIPMENT:

  • 1 - 9'x16' Rear Projection Screen. Fast-fold. (Video projection packages are available. See “Additional Charges” addendum.)

HOUSE HANG:

  • Booth: 2 – 5°, 2 – 10°, 2 – 14° Source Four lekos
  • Front Bridge: 8-5°, 14-10°, Source Four lekos, 24-19°, 6-26° Source Four lekos
  • Back Bridges: 26-19° Source Four lekos
  • Balcony Rail: 2 – 10°, 4 – 14°, 2 – 19° Source Four lekos
  • Tormentors: 12-19° Source Four lekos (6 per side, includes 4 as curtain warmers)
  • 1st Electric:
    • 24-8” Fresnels (6 instruments per color=4 colors)
    • 2-25°>50° Source Four Zooms
    • 2-26° Source Four lekos
    • 5-36° Source Four lekos
    • 2-50° Source Four lekos
  • 2nd Electric: Same as 1st Electric, plus 2-26º Source Four lekos
  • 3rd Electric: Same as 2nd Electric, plus 2-36º Source Four lekos
  • 4th Electric: Same as 1st Electric, plus 2-50º Source Four lekos
  • 5th Electric: 12-2 Unit Far Cycs (4 Colors)

OSR/OSL Transverse Electrics:  4-36° Source Four lekos per wing: 4 wings R & L = 32 total 36° Source Four Lekos

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AUDIO

Main Stage Communication Systems

The theatre is hardwired with a two-channel Telex intercom system. There are receptacles at all control positions and stage areas. We have belt-packs and head-sets for all positions. We have some extra packs and sets in case more than one is needed in any one location. If you believe your show or event requires an extraordinary number of head-sets, please contact our Production Department in advance so we may make arrangements.

Assistive Listening System

The theatre has a Sennheiser infrared controlled assistive listening system for patrons by request.  The house manager has a number of lightweight headsets that may be obtained in the Foyer.

Show Program Audio

Audio show program is sent to the Foyer for patrons as well as back stage and dressing room areas for performers. There are separate control knobs in each dressing room and in the green room for volume level.

Sound location

The audio mix position is located at audience level 85 feet from the stage at back of house center.  Custom table can accommodate a visiting digital board when needed.  Please contact Dean Hannula for details.

Mixing Console

Midas XL-4: 56 inputs, 10 VCA’s, 2 Grand master VCA’s, 16 mono aux’s pre or post, 4 stereo aux’s pre or post, 16 audio groups, 20 input by 8 output matrix, 8 automute master groups, 16 mic/line level returns.  A full scene recall automation computer with flying VCA;s capable of memorizing VCA assigns & fader positions, audio groups assigns, mute group assigns, inserts and auxiliary assigns. 

Outboard equipment

  • (one) Dolby Lake LP4D12 Processor controls main L&R – Subs & all fill zones
  • (one) Klark-teknik DN-360 31 band 1/3 octave stereo EQ
  • (two) Drawmer DL-241 dual channel compressor/gate combo units – patchable anywhere
  • (two) Drawmer DL-441 4 channel compressors – patchable anywhere
  • (two) Drawmer DS-404 4 channel gate – patchable anywhere
  • (one) Drawmer 1961 stereo channel parametric tube EQ for select inserting
  • (one) Demeter HXC-1 tube optical compressor (single channel)
  • (one) Manley dual mono tube microphone pre-amp for select inserting
  • (two) TC electronic M-one multi-effects units
  • (one) Eventide 2016 Stereo Reverb
  • (one) TC electronic D-2 Delay
  • (one) Tascam professional CD player Cd-01U – single rack space
  • (one) Tascam SS-CDR200 Solid State/Flash/CD/SD card Recorder

Speakers

  • House mains: (8) Martin W8C cabinets hung
  • (4) a side, two over & under, 3 feet down of main curtain line – left & right Stereo
  • (4) Martin audio F8 speakers as front fill spaced evenly just under the lip of stage
  • (6) Martin audio WT15 mini trap balcony fill speakers
  • (4) Martin audio S218 dual 18” sub cabinets are also located left & right behind stage front grill
  • Monitors: (8) Martin LE1500 wedges (2” horn and 15” low)
  • (4) Martin Audio LE12J wedges (1" horn X 12" low)
  • (8) bi-amped mixes are available from separate monitor racks (see monitor packages if renting hall)
  • (4) passive monitor mixes are available from FOH (LE1500’s are switchable passive/active)

Main snake

  • Whirlwind concert series 56 channels with monitor split W-4 connect
  • Sub-snake W-6 connects to boxes in various sizes for stage placement
  • Main stage box and split are located back stage left

Microphones & Direct boxes

  • (12) Shure SM58 dynamic cardioid
  • (12) Shure SM57 dynamic cardioid
  • (4) Neumann KMS105 condenser supercardioid
  • (2) Telefunken M80/81 dynamic mic’s
  • (1) Sennheiser 865 condenser supercardioid
  • (2) Shure ULX-P wireless units with handheld beta 58’s
  • (4) Sennheiser 5200 wireless handheld mic's w/ Neumann KMS105 capsules
  • (1) Shure beta 52 kick mic
  • (1) Shure Beta 91 kick mic
  • (1) Advanced Audio DM20 instrument/kick mic
  • (1) Electro Voice N/C868 kick mic
  • (1) Electro Voice N/D478 dynamic cardioid
  • (1) Shure SM81 condender cardioid
  • (3) Electro Voice N/D468 dynamic cardioid
  • (2) Electro Voice RE200 small diaphragm condenser cardioid
  • (5) Shure beta 56 dynamic super cardioid
  • (2) Sennheiser MKH40 condenser cardioids
  • (1) Sennheiser 421 dynamic cardioid
  • (1) Electro Voice RE20 dynamic cardioid
  • (2) Josephson engineering C-42 condenser cardioid
  • (2) Neumann TLM102 large diaphragm condenser cardioid
  • (2) Danish Pro audio 4021 compact condenser cardioids (complete stereo kit)
  • (2) Danish Pro audio 4060 mini-condensers (omni & cardioid caps)
  • (4) Crown PCC-160 floor boundary mics (phase coherent cardioid)
  • (4) Audio technical 853A cardioid condenser uni-point
  • (4) Countryman type 85 active direct boxes
  • (4) Klark Teknik dn100 active direct boxes
  • (6) Whirlwind Direct2 stereo passive boxes
  • (1) Whirlwind director passive direct box
  • (1) Radial engineering stereo PC direct box

WiFi and Connectivity

For WiFi inside the center the SSID is COCguest - no password is needed. The speed is 100 MBPS download and 40 MBPS for upload

Wired internet is available by request in specific areas. The hardline speed is 100 MBPS on the down load and 100 MBPS on upload

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Cables and Stands

  • We have many 25 foot and 50 foot XLR cables as well as ample Neutrik speaker cable for the in house wedges
  • Several sub-snake, fan-out to box runs in various lengths
  • (8) AKG tri-pod stands
  • (4) boom type and (4) straight (12) round base stands some boom some straight, and goose necks, desk top stands and a variety of clips

PROPERTIES

ORCHESTRA PIT

  • Width: 40'
  • Length: 22"

Pit is 10'+ deep.  There is no lift and the floor has two 4'-wide landings, 8" and 16" lower.  At 6" below stage height there is a steel safety net.  Only the conductor's section, 4'W x 6'D is removable.  A plywood and 2x4 framed cover is placed on the net to extend the stage.

MUSIC

120-Wenger red straight back music chairs. 24-Wenger grey straight back music chairs.  75-Wenger adjustable music stands and 24 music stand lights.  1-large conductors music stand.  1-3'x3'x8" carpeted podium.  One Steinway Model D-9' Grand piano, which cannot be placed in the orchestra pit.  One Schimmel upright piano is available for use in the pit.

ORCHESTRA SHELL

  • A fully flexible acoustic shell is available.

RISERS (pending availability)

  • (12) 4'x 8' SECOA staging risers
  • (6) 4-step Sico Choral risers

 

DANCE FLOOR

  • (5) Rolls 60'x6'. Shoes, rosin, and scenery may not be used on Center's dance floor.

 

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WARDROBE

DRESSING ROOMS

  • 2- Dressing suites, capacity 3-5 persons each. Located up stage left, off of crossover hallway.
  • 2- Chorus rooms, capacity of 20 persons each. Located directly below the stage.
  • 1- Principal room, capacity 1-2 persons, located off stage right in the Green Room.
  • All dressing rooms have toilets, sinks, showers, counters, mirrors, lights, and clothes racks. Accessible restrooms are located near the chorus dressing rooms in the basement. An elevator is available from stage level to basement level.

WARDROBE AREA

The wardrobe room is located between the chorus rooms on the basement level. The room is used as a locker room by the high school dance classes, subsequently it is not available during school hours.

 

EQUIPMENT

  • 1-Ironing Board
  • 1- Iron
  • 6- Wenger Rolling Racks

QUICK CHANGE BOOTHS

  • 2-Approximately 8' x 8'

LAUNDRY

There are no laundry facilities onsite. The following are a list of nearby Laundromats and dry-cleaners.

  • Diamondback Cleaners        
    610 N. Alma School Road Ste. 62    
    Chandler  480.786.3230                              
  • Preference Drive-In Cleaners
    1003 N. Arizona Ave.
    Chandler,  AZ  480.963.4017

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PRODUCTION

PRODUCTION ROOM

There is no room devoted as a company production room. Technical staff may share space in their office located off the shop and backstage extreme. A conference room may also be available in the basement.

GREEN ROOM

Located stage right with direct access to stage and crossover hall.

STAGE MANAGERS CONSOLE

There is no stage manager's console.

REHEARSAL ROOMS

The Rehearsal Stage and the Dance Studio are used exclusively by the high school dance and drama programs as classroom space.

CREWS

The Center uses professional crews. All Center equipment will be set-up, operated and struck by Center's crew only. No performing group will be permitted access until their contracted time and production staff and crew is present.

ACCESSIBLE ACCESS

The center meets A.D.A. requirements for performers and patrons. Contact Sr. Production Coordinator for specific needs.

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Lineset Schedule:

System uses JR Clancy ‘PowerLift’ hoists for all linesets unless noted. Scenemaster Control panel is located on the stage right wall.  A remote pendant with 30’ umbilical can be used from downstage left and right.

Set#

Dist. US of Prosc.
or other ref.

High Trim

WLL

Speed

Notes

Load Sensing

Motor Location

Type

F

0'6"

N/a

N/a

N/a

No theatrical use.

N/a

N/a

N/a

G

1'-2"

 

N/a

Manual

76’ Batten

N/a

N/a

CWT

1

1’-11"

57’

1200

20’/min

May foul w/ -1LX

Available

SR

PH

2

2’-6”

57’

1200

20’/min

May foul w/ -1LX

Available

SL

PH

3

3’-10”

48’

3000

20’/min

 

N/a

 

LS

4

5’-0”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

5

6'-6"

33’-6”

N/a

10’/min

No theatrical use.

Available

SR

PH

6

7’-8”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

7

8’-5”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

8

9’-2”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

9

9’-11”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

10

10’-8”

~

~

~

~

~

 

 

11

11’-10”

48’

3000

20’/min

 

N/a

SR

LS

12

13’-0”

33’-6”

N/a

10’/min

No theatrical use.

Available

SL

PH

13

14’-2”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

14

14’-11”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

15

15’-10”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

16

16’-7”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

17

17’-4”

~

~

~

~

~

 

 

18

18’-6”

48’

3000

20’/min

 

N/a

SR

LS

19

19’-8”

33’-6”

N/a

10’/min

No theatrical use.

Available

SR

PH

20

20’-10”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

21

21’-7”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

22

22’-4”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

23

23’-1”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

24

23’-10”

~

~

~

~

~

 

 

25

25’-0”

48’

3000

20’/min

 

N/a

SR

LS

26

26’-2”

33’-6”

N/a

10’/min

No theatrical use.

Available

SL

PH

27

27’-4”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

28

28’-1”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

29

28’-10”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

30

29’-7”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

31

30’-4”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

32

31’-1”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

33

31’-10”

~

~

~

~

~

 

 

34

33’-0”

53’-8”

2000

20’/min

                 

Available

SR

PH

35

34’-2”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

36

34’-11”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SR

PH

37

35’-8”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

 

Available

SL

PH

38

36’-5”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

71’ Batten

Available

SR

PH

39

37’-2”

57’

1200

0-180’/min

71’ Batten

Available

SL

PH

40

38’-6”SL of Ctr

56’-6”

1000

0-180’/min

24’ Batten

Available

SL

PH

41

39’-8” SL of Ctr

53’-8”

1200

20’/min

24’ Batten

Available

SL

PH

42

38’-0” SR of Ctr

53’-8”

1200

20’/min

24’ Batten

Available

SR

PH

43

38’-10” SR of Ctr

56’6”

1000

0-180’/min

24’ Batten

Available

SR

PH

44

-3’/24’ SL of Ctr

 

 

20’/min

 

No

FOH

LS

45

-3’/24’ SR of Ctr

 

 

20’/min

 

No

FOH

LS

PH-Power Hoist, LS-Line Shaft, CWT-Counterweight.

*Note: If your production is a heavy flying show, please contact the Production Coordinator in advance. 
All stage drapery is 22oz. IFR unless noted.
Batten length is 72’ unless noted. *Diameter of pipes is 1 1/2” SCH40 pipe.
REV. 3.1.12

CONSTRUCTION AND PAINTING INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE FACILITY IS PROHIBITED.

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POLICIES

For a complete copy of the Center's rules, please contact the Events Coordinator. The omission of any policy below does not relieve the production group from complying with all center policies:

  • There are three performance spaces, classrooms and visual art exhibitions at the center. Members of a performing group must stay in their assigned spaces so as not to interrupt other performances and activities.
  • The center is a non-smoking facility and the school surrounding the Center prohibits smoking in accordance with school policy.
  • Absolutely no food or drinks are permitted on the stage or in the auditorium. Beverages and food may be brought into the green room. Please notify the Events Coordinator if you will be doing so.
  • To prevent damage to wall surfaces absolutely no masking tape, duct tape, or plastic tapes may be used anywhere in the facility. Clients must use "gaff" tape requested from Center's staff. Corkboards are located on each dressing room door for displaying room assignments.
  • High Voltage (above 24 volts) electrical feeders may not be laid on the floor in the auditorium or other public areas without being enclosed in a UL approved device or approval of the Production Coordinator, to prevent accidental shock.
  • If additional sound snake is to be used, it will need to be about 250' long and laid according to Center practices. Prior approval by the Centers Production Coordinator is required.
  • In instances where the fire alarm may sound, all persons will be evacuated and the fire department summoned. The resumption of the performance will wait until the fire personnel give the all clear. A word of caution; the smoke detectors in the backstage and dressing room areas are extremely sensitive to cigarette smoke, hair spray, dust, powder, etc.

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REFERENCE GUIDE

BANKS

  • Chase
    Arizona Avenue & Pecos
    1155 S. Arizona Avenue
    Chandler, AZ. 85286
    480-821-1527
  • Bank of America
    198 N. Alma School Rd.
    480-944-0404
  • Wells Fargo
    1004 W Chandler Blvd.
    Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-899-2692

HOTELS

  • San Marcos Golf Resort
    1 San Marcos Place
    480-963-6655

TAXI/SHUTTLE SERVICE

  • Super Shuttle - 602-244-9000
  • Yellow Cab - 602-252-5252
  • Discount Cab - 602-200-2000

MEDICAL INFORMATION

  • Emergency Service - 911

HOSPITALS

  • Chandler Regional Hospital
    475 S. Dobson Road, Chandler
    General Information: 480-963-4561
    Doctor Information and Referral: 480-821-7777
    Emergency/Trauma: 480-821-3210
  • Banner Desert Medical Center
    1400 S. Dobson Road, Mesa
    General Information: 480-835-3000
    Doctor Information and Referral: 480-230-2273
    Emergency: 480-835-3700

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BOGLE THEATRE TECHNICAL INFORMATION

CARPENTRY LIGHTING SOUND PROPERTIES WARDROBE PRODUCTION POLICIES

 

The Hal Bogle theatre capacity is 346.

TECHNICAL STAFF

ADMINISTRATION

CARPENTRY

STAGE DIMENSIONS:

  • Proscenium:
    • Width: 31'-9"
    • Height: 18'-9"
    • Depth: 23'-10" upstage of plaster line.
      9'-0" downstage of plaster line.
  • Wing Space:
    • Stage right: 9' with obstruction at upstage.
    • Stage left: 8' with obstructions at downstage.
  • Orchestra Pit:
    • Width: 20'
    • Length: 12'
  • Stage Floor:
    • 2"x 4" sleepers, 16"o.c., covered with 5/8" plywood and decked with 1x4 T-G yellow pine and
    • ¼" Stage-Lam.
  • House Drapery:
    • House curtain-Cherry Red – two panels 41'6"x 32' split traveler motorized draw from stage right.
    • Legs-Black velour flat, one pair 12'6"x22', two pair 10'x22', all sewn flat.
    • Borders-Black velour flat, four at 47'-6"x6' with fullness tied in.
    • Full Blacks-Two black velour with 50% fullness, four panels 20'-6"x22.
    • Cyclorama-White seamless leno filled scrim.
  • Line Sets:
    • No usable fly space available. Dead hung draperies and Electric's.
    • Height of pipes: 22' soft goods and 18' electrics.
    • Line Sets: Assignments: House Curtain, draws from stage right. 4-borders, 2- legs, mid-stage and upstage travelers, 4-Electrics; and an "Olio" style Cyclorama.

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LIGHTING

  • Power:
    • 1-120 3-phase 200A/leg total 600A at 120V.
  • Dimmers:
    • 170-2.4k ETC Sensor+ Dimmers. Two dimmers are dedicated to fore stage ceiling lighting.
  • Control:
    • Electronic Theatre Controls EXPRESS 48/96 1024 DMX Dimmers, 192 Control Channels (Faders), 24 designated Sub-masters, fully automated cueing capabilities with up to 600 cues, single scene or two-scene pre-set mode, located at back of house. May also be operated in-house or backstage right.
  • Houselights:
    • ETC's Unison Twelve programmable cue system. Control is from back of house or stage right.
  • Circuits:
    • 170/20A circuits, 168 available for theatrical lighting.
  • Circuit Chart:
    • 1-30 Front Bridge
    • 31-62 1st Electric
    • 63-84 2nd Electric
    • 85-106 3rd Electric
    • 107-128 4th Electric (Cyc Electric)
    • 129-140 Stage Right Floor Pockets
    • 141-152 Stage Left Floor Pockets
    • 153-156 Backwall Stage Left
    • 157-160 Backwall Stage Right
    • 161-164 Tormentor Stage Left
    • 165-168 Tormentor Stage Right
    • 169-170 Fore stage/Overhead
  • Cable:
    • 500' in various lengths. All cable is 12/3-S0 with NEMA L5-20 twistlock connectors.
  • Instruments: (All instruments are 575 Watts unless noted)
    • FOH Bridge:
      2-19º Source 4 ERS (lekos) – 750 Watts
      30 - 26º Source 4 lekos – 750 Watts
      2 - 36º Source 4 lekos – 750 Watts
      3 - 14º Source 4 lekos – 750 Watts
    • Torms:  
      4 - 19 º Source 4 lekos – 750 Watts
      2 – 1000 Watt Altman PARS
    • Onstage:
      24 - Source 4 PARnels
      8 - 1000 Watt Altman PARs
      21 - 36º Source 4 lekos
      4 - Source 4 25-50º Zooms (lekos)
      6 - 50º Source 4 lekos
      2 - 70º Source 4 lekos
      15 Lee/Colortran CYC Units
    • House hang:
      4 Color Front Washes, Upstage and Downstage, divided into 3 areas
      3 Color Down/Back Washes, divided into 3 areas
      3 Color Cyc Washes, divided into 3 areas
      9 Downpool Specials (36º), 3 Electrics with 3 each
      3 Front (14º) Specials
      Hi-side (pink) Wash + Hi-side gobo wash
    • Hardware:
      20+ Pattern Holder (Size "A" & "B"), 10 Top-hats, 12 donuts, 8 barndoors
    • Film, video, and projection equipment: 
      1- 84" x 84" Tripod FP Screen
    • Crossover:
      Crossover is directly upstage of the back wall through the foyer

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AUDIO

  • Communication:
    One-channel Telex system with four Telex single muff headsets, 4 belt packs. One channel hardwired stations located in booth and one located in booth and one located on each side of stage
  • Sound locations:
    Sound booth is located at center back of house 70 feet from stage.
  • Main speakers:
    2 Vue Audiotechnik H12 speakers with 2 Vue Audiotechnik H8 speakers- hungleft and right
  • Front fill:
    1 single H5 wide angle center speaker
  • Subwoofers:
    2 HS20's - below stage left and right
  • Console:
    Yamaha QL5 digital sound board (64 input 16 outputs)
  • Stage input panel:
    Rio Rack 32 X 16
  • Sub snakes:
    2 - 16 channel subsnakes
  • Playback/Record:
    Tascam professional CD player & burner or your own thumb drive
  • Microphones:
    • 2 Shure ULX-P wireless hand helds w/ beta 58 heads
    • 1 Shure ULX-P wireless body pack w/Countryman E6 element
    • A wide assortment of wired microphones both dynamic & condenser type
    • Call for details
      Direct boxes, mic cables and monitor cables all as needed
  • Monitor Wedges:
    • 6 Vue Audiotechnik HM-112 stage speakers
    • Driven by 3 Vue Audiotechnik V4 drive engines for 6 independent mixes

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PROPERTIES

  • Orchestra Pit:
    • Width: 20'
    • Length: 12"
    • Pit is 9' and 9'-8" deep. There is no lift. At 4" below stage height there is a re-mesh safety net. Only the conductor's section, 4' x 4', is removable. A plywood and 2x4 framed cover is usually placed on the re-mesh net to extend the stage.
  • Orchestra Shell:
    • Eight ‘Stage Right’ choral shell units.
  • Risers:
    • 12 4’x8’ SECOA staging risers pending availability.
    • 6- 4-step Sico Choral risers
  • Dance floor:
    • 4-Rolls 28'x6'. Shoes, rosin, and scenery may not be used on Center's dance floor.

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WARDROBE

  • Dressing rooms:
    1-Dressing room with a capacity of 6 persons located on the basement level. An additional room beneath the Recital Hall may be available. Check with the Events Coordinator. Dressing room has counters, mirrors, lights and clothes racks. Toilets are located outside the dressing room but are not shared with patrons. Wheel chair accessible restrooms are located in the west end of the basement. A second adjacent room beneath the Recital Hall may be available.
  • Wardrobe area: None.
  • Equipment:
    1-Ironing Board
    1-Iron
    6-Rolling Racks
    Subject to availability
  • Quick Change Booths: None.

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PRODUCTION

  • Production Room:
    There is no room devoted to a production room.
  • Green room: None.
  • Rehearsal rooms: None
  • Crews:
    The Center uses professional non-union crews. All Center equipment will be set-up, operated and struck by Center crews only. No performing group will be permitted access unless scheduled and a staff member is present.
  • Accessible access:
    The Center meets A.D.A. requirements for performers and patrons.  Contact Sr. Production Coordinator for specific needs.

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POLICIES

For a complete copy of the Center's rules, please read your contract. The omission of any policy below does not relieve the production group from complying with all Center policies.

  • There are three performance spaces, classrooms, and visual art exhibitions at the Center. Members of a performing group must stay in their assigned spaces so as not to interrupt other performances and classes.
  • The Center is a no smoking facility; additionally, school policy and state law prohibits possession of tobacco on campus. On most occasions an area outside the foyer may be used. This courtesy may be withdrawn if problems occur.
  • Absolutely no food or drink are permitted on the stage or in the auditorium. Beverages and food may be brought into the foyer for personal consumption.
  • To prevent damage to fragile wall surfaces and to prevent residue build up: absolutely no masking tape, duct tape, or plastic tapes may be used anywhere in the facility for any reason. Holders for 8-1/2'x11" paper oriented vertically are located next to each dressing room door for displaying room assignments. Please do not tape signs to the doors. There is a large bulletin board for call lists and announcements.
  • High voltage (above 24 volts) electrical feeders may not be laid on the floor in the auditorium or other public areas without a UL approved device to prevent accidental shock and the approval of the Sr. Production Coordinator.
  • In instances where the fire alarm may sound, all persons will be evacuated and the fire department summoned. The resumption of the performance will wait until the fire personnel give the all clear. A word of caution, the smoke detectors in the backstage and dressing room areas are extremely sensitive to cigarette smoke, hair spray, dust, powder, etc.


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RECITAL HALL TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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The Recital Hall capacity is 250.

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  • STAGE DIMENSIONS:
    • Proscenium:
      No typical proscenium.
      Stage space is about 350 square feet. 
      The lowest point of the ceiling is approximately 16’-0”.
      Other obstructions exist.  Please contact technical staff for concerns.
    • Stage Floor:
      2”x 4” sleepers, 16”o.c., covered with 5/8” plywood and decked with 1x4 T-G Oak.

LIGHTING

  • Power:
    • 120V/200A
  • Dimmers:
    • 2 ETC SmartPacks (Twelve 1.2 K Dimmers per pack)
    • Two dimmers are dedicated to over-stage lighting
  • Control:
    • ETC SmartFade 1248 located in the Stage-Left Control Room
    • Twelve Channels of control in a Two-Scene Pre-Set mode
    • DMX
  • Houselights:
    • ETC Unison: Twelve programmable cue system is available, control is from house on stage left.
  • Circuits:
    • 24-20A circuits
  • Circuit Chart:
    • 1 – 20 Front Bridge
    • 21 DS Can lights in ceiling over stage
    • 22 US Can lights in ceiling over stage
    • 23 & 24 are spare dimmers
  • Instruments:
    • 4 – 19° Source Four Lekos
    • 3 – 1000 Watt Altman PARs (wides)
    • 7 – architectural PARs (250 watts) as general down light
  • Film, video and projection equipment:
    • n/a
  • House hang:
    • Front Bridge:
      3 - 19° Source Four Lekos for R,C,L specials
      3 – 1000 Watt PARs for R,C,L washes
      1 – 19° Source Four Lekos for Company logo projection
    • On Stage: 7 – architectural PARs (250w) separated in upstage and downstage down washes.

AUDIO/VIDEO

  • Crestron touch screen control on wall facing presentation area - this is a complete control panel for all audio or video
  • HDMI and VGA jack options for video and a 3.5 audio jack in the floor at center (black metal plate) for any projection playback needs
  • Speakers:
    • 2 VUE Audiotechnik H8 speakers mounted to walls left and right - 10 feet high
    • 1 VUE Audiotechnik HS-20 Subwoofer speaker built into wall stage left side
  • Microphones: various microphones are available as needed - one wireless hand held mic is also available
  • Playback gear: Any lap top or tablet type devices can be connected via a 3.5 cable Marantz 520 dual drawer CD player and recorder.
  • Projector: Christie Digital GS 599 6K HD laser phosphorus projector - Mounted to ceiling and displays onto wall as large as 20' X 11.5' image
  • Wiring:
    • 1 microphone input is located at center in the floor
    • 4-microphone channels are located on back wall

Accessibility access

The center meets A.D.A. requirements for performers and patrons. Contact Sr. Production Coordinator for specific needs.

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CCA Wireless Environment

  • Wireless Protocols Supported: 802.11a/b/g
  • Frequency Bands Supported: 2.4GHz, 5GHz
  • Internet Circuit Size: 100 Mbps
  • Number of Access Points: 25
  • Type of Access Points: Cisco Aironet 3500 Series
  • Max number of client connections: 625

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