Site Specific Details
Please see rules for additional technical info.
Approximate size of backstage storage area: 10′ x 10′
Loading Dock Door (leading into scene shop): 12’ tall x 10’ wide
Scene Shop Door (leading onto stage): 10’ tall x 9’6” wide
Location of start line: Upstage, behind traveler curtain
Location of finish line: Upstage, behind traveler curtain (you will load-out immediately following adjudication)
Tours of the space: Permitted by appointment only. Please email Mr. Faw to schedule.
Headsets: Headsets are available in the booth at the back of the house, off stage left, off stage right, and spotlight cove.
Booth location: Just behind the main seating area of the house. This is an open area, so your student(s) will need to call cues quietly, please. One person can easily call both light and sound cues.
Piano/Orchestra Set-up: No piano is available for use. Recommended placement of keyboard/orchestra accompaniment is on the DSR or DSL corners of the stage. These areas are not lit, but they are within easy sightline of the stage. There are floor pockets available with power outlets on these corners.
Sound: Sound cues should be brought on your own computer or other music player with an auxiliary jack, so your student stage manager can play the cues themselves. Please only bring a CD as a backup for sound cues. Due to the size of the stage and the audience seating area, the stage will have area microphones. The levels will be set for the entire Festival, and will not be changed. If you like, we can turn off the mics for your performance. There will be a handheld mic available for your use, please email host if you plan to use it. Click here for the Sound Cue Sheet. The deadline to submit cue sheets is March 5.
Lighting: No cyc is available. One spotlight available in the balcony. The spotlight has a long throw, and is dimmer than the main lights from the catwalk. Color gels in the spotlight are not available. Please note that our light board is a preset board, and will be run manually by submasters. Your show will NOT be programmed into the board, each lighting cue will be manually operated. Please keep this in mind when designing your cues. While our board op will be as fast and accurate as possible with these cues, the simpler the better. Click here for the Lighting Cue Sheet. The deadline to submit cue sheets is March 5.
Meals: You will find several restaurants in close proximity to Pinecrest HS. Snacks and water will be sold onsite. For those wishing to pack lunches or schedule deliveries, there will be some space to eat meals outside (weather permitting).