Gardner-Webb University

November 3-4, 2017

Hosts: Chris Nelson;
Andy Rich;

Gardner-Webb University
110 South Main Street
Boiling Springs, NC 28017

Important Downloads

Venue Details

Site Specific Details

Please see rules for additional technical info.

Approximate size of backstage storage area: 10′ x 10′

Location of start line: Stage Right

Location of finish line: Stage Right

Location of booth: The lighting and sound booth is in the back of the house and all cues can be called from this location.

Lighting: There will only be a back black curtain and legs available, no cyc. There will only be an amber wash on the stage with no special colored lighting available. No spot lights are available. Cues will be run manually. View the stage and lighting diagram and download the light cue sheet.

Sound: Sound can be run by CD, MP3, iPad, iPod or computer. A Gardner-Webb student will be available to help setup and control the sound board. Download the sound cue sheet.

Headsets: We will have wireless Clear Com headsets available. Two headsets will be backstage, and two headsets will be in the booth.

Piano/Orchestra Set-Up: There will be a grand piano and space for an orchestra available upon request. Please email the host if you plan to use the piano.

Tours of the space: Please contact the host to arrange tours of Dover Theatre and Gardner-Webb University.

Load-In/Load-Out: Load-in and load-out will take place through the shop. There is a loading dock to the right of the backstage door off the main parking lot for the Dover Theatre. Both the door from the loading dock and the stage door are 94” X 94”.

Accessibility: Please alert the host if you have any students who are in a wheelchair or cannot navigate stairs so that special accommodations can be made.


Students can bring meals and eat outside, or inside the Tucker Student Center. Food is also available for purchase here. Restaurants include Chick-Fil-A, Sub Connection, Mein Bowl, Broad River Coffee Company and World of Wings Cafe.

Statewide Sponsors

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Regional Sponsor