University of Kansas Crafton-Preyer Theatre



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University of Kansas

Crafton-Preyer Theatre

Technical Information available at:

http://people.ku.edu/~stgmgr/UTTech

Dimensions:


Seats: 1159 (598 Orchestra, 145 Mezzanine, 416 Balcony)

Loading Dock: Loads into Scene Shop

Dock 3’3” H x 9’ W

Dock Door: 8’1” H x 8’1” W

Door to Inge: 6’5” H x 8’1” W

Door to CPT: 19’6” H x 20’1” W

Proscenium: 25’ H x 40’ W

Grid: 55’ H (grid ends 30’SL of CL)

Wingspace: SL-19’ SR-14’ past Prosc. Opening.

US wall: 54’ from PL

Edge of stage: 14’6” DS of PL

SM Console : DSR

Single purchase fly system operated SR

Main curtain is manually operated, can travel and guillotine

Max. Batten height: 50’ (29’ for the Bridge, 39’ for other electrics)

Revolve: 42’ diameter, center under Lineset #31, controlled DSR

Hydraulic orchestra lift (no remote control) will seek to:

Stage, House, Orchestra Pit and Basement level

Piano: Cristofori baby grand

Intercom: 2 channel Clearcom system. 2 chan. beltpacks with 6 pin connectors

Paging to Greenroom and dressing rooms

Show sound to Greenroom and Dressing rooms

Dressing Rooms/Greenroom:

Located 1 floor below stage level

2 Chorus dressing rooms off of Greenroom, each seats 12 at a time. Each has showers, lockers and built in costume hanging space. There are no individual dressing rooms.

Personnel Lifts:

1-AWP30 with straddle kit

1-PLC 24


Contact Info:


Technical Director 785.864.3944

Stage Manager 785.864.2698

Shop Supervisor 785.864.3188

Costume Shop 785.864.3494

Cutter/Draper 785.864.3833

Box Office 785.864.3982

Production Office 785.864.3381

Web Pages:


www.people.ku.edu/~stgmgr/UTTech.html

www.kutheatre.com

Scene Shop:


Loading dock enters scene shop

Approx. 24’x24’ clear space

Fully equipped scene shop for carpentry and metalwork

Connects to both CPT and Inge theatres


Props:


Fully equipped prop shop with power tools

Stocked with more…stuff than you can possibly imagine


Costume Shop:


Fully equipped costume shop off of GreenRoom

Sewing machines and sergers

Industrial irons & boards

Laundry facilities

2 washers, 2 dryers, sink

Dye vat


Steamer

Costume racks (portable)

General sewing supplies and notions

Makeup/wig area with sink and wig dryer


Audio:


FOH located house center in the first row in the balcony.

Mixer: Allen & Heath GL 3300

32x8x2


8-Aux sends

Playback:

2-Sony MDS-E10 minidisc recorder/players

1-Technics SLPG480A CD Player

1-Windows PC 350 MHz, 128MB RAM, 8GB drive running SFX with a GINA

8 I/O card

2-JBL Control 1 nearfield monitors



Processing:

1-Yamaha SPX 90 II

3-Behringer DEQ 2496 Ultra Curve Pro

DBX 223XL Crossover



Hearing Augmentation:

Sennheiser I/R system


Speakers:

Center Cluster: Altec-Lansing Components

2-AB8500 LF

Driven by a Crown Com-Tech 1610

2-909 16A HF (Balc)

1-909 8A HF (Orch)

HF horns MR 11524

Driven by JBL SR 6630

L&R Prosc: Nexo PL15’s

Each driven by a QSC PLX 1202 in bridged mono mode

Subs: 2-Macpherson dual 18”

Driven by a Crown Macro-Tech 2402

Surround: 8-Electrovoice FR12-2B

Driven by Yamaha XM 6-150 (Chan. A-D)

US: 2-1234-C Altec Voice of the Theatre

Driven by Yamaha XM 6-150 (Chan E-F)

Portable: 4- Electrovoice SX 100+

4-Electrovoice EV 1502ER

Speaker lines:

DSL & DSR

Driven by QSC PLX 1602
Mics:

3 Crown PCC 160

8 Shure Beta SM58

3 Audio Technica AT 815B Shotgun

9 Audio Technica AT853 hanging/area mics

3 Shure SM90 cardioid boundary mics

2 Shure SM91 omni boundary mics

Sennheiser wireless

14 Evolution EW100 G2 operating from 518MHz to 544MHz

12 Evolution EW100 G2 head set boom mics

2 Evolution EW100 G2 Handhelds

4 Countryman E6 head set boom mics

Telex Wireless

1 Lavalier system

1 Handheld system

Connecting lines:

All lines are balanced terminated with either TRS or XLR connectors

6 channel snake DSR

24 Channel/3 return snake DSL

19 mic lines run to various places onstage

26 lines connecting FOH and the amp rack

6 lines connecting production studio to amp rack

Audio Production:

Digidesign 002 tabletop running on an Intel Mac with 2-2.66GHz Dual Core Intel Xeon processors, 2GB 667MHz RAM, 1-250GB, 1-500GB internal hardrives, dual Superdrives, dual 20” monitors. 3x250GB Glyph external drives. ProTools 10, Peak, SoundSoap & Microsoft Office software.

2 Sony MDS-E58 Minidisc Recorders

1-Tascam CD-160 CD player

1-Tascam DA30 MK II DAT Recorder

Sound Effect Libraries:

Hollywood Edge Premier Edition 1-20

Sound Ideas General 6001-6060

Various and sundry others…

Soft Goods:

Type Description # in Stock Width Height


Legs 22oz Encore Black Velour 8 10’ 26’

Legs* 22oz Encore Black Velour 20* 20’ 26’

Border 22oz Encore Black Velour 3 55 ’ 12 ’

Legs * 24oz Black Velour 4* 12' 26'

Legs ** 24oz Black Velour 4** 25' 26'

Border 24oz Black Velour 5 45' 9'

RP Screen Grey 3 10’ 15’

RP Screen White 1 45’ 26’

RP Screen Blue 1 45’ 25’

Scrim Black Sharkstooth 1 45’ 26’

Scrim Black Sharkstooth 1 22’ 15’

Scrim White Sharkstooth 1 55' 26'

Scrim White Sharkstooth 1 45’ 26’

Scrim White Sharkstooth 1 38’ 30’

Bounce White Muslin 1 45’ 26’
*This includes 13-20’x26’ Encore legs and 2-12’x26’Velour legs hung on the surround.

**This includes two legs hung as Tabs.


Lighting:


Instruments # Available Lamp Gel Frame size

26° S4 50* HPL 575W 6.25”

36° S4 50* HPL 575W 6.25”

19° S4 38** HPL 575W 6.25”

Alt6 x 9 26 FLK 575W 7.5”

Alt6x12 44 FLK 575W 7.5”

S4 PARNel 40 HPL 750W 7.5”

8" Strand Fresnel 18 BVV 1000W 10”

Iris 4 11 FFT 1000W 15.75”x12”

Aurora Groundrow 24 FFT 1000W 12”

Studio Spot 575 2 MSR 575/2 N/A

x.Spot 2 MSR 700 SA N/A

Lycian Midget HP 2 MSR 575 HR 4.5” Diam.

8"x 6' Strip (3 circ.) 4 300W R40 7.5”x8”


*12 ea 26° & 36° used in Stock FOH Plot

**All 38-19° used in Stock FOH Plot


Accessories: # Available Size

Top Hat 8 7.5”

Top Hat 8 6.25”

Donut 10 7.5”

Donut 10 6.25”

1/2 Top Hat 8 6.25”

Barn Doors 3 7.25”

Barn Doors 6 10”

Drop in Iris 2 Source 4

Double gobo rotator 2 Source 4

Gam Film 2 Source 4

Coloram II scrollers 12 7.5”

Coloram II scrollers 12 6.25”

(see UTTech website for standard gelstrings)


Dimming :

Strand CD-80 Dimming racks with Johnson Systems CD-2000 control module

DMX inputs in light booth and DSR

282-2.4kW dimmers

6-6kW dimmers (4 on the Bridge, 2 on the USC wall)
Control:

EOS positioned in the back of the Orchestra Section for programming

ION in the Light Booth for Playback

1x40 Faderwing

ETC Net3 w DMX I/O

Atmospherics:

Le Maitre:

G150 Fogger

ShowFogger Pro

Neutron XS Hazer

LSX Chiller

DMX interface for G150 & Neutron XS

Pyropak:

1-3 Circuit/2 Channel controller

3-Puff pots

1-Slow sparkle

1-Fast sparkle

2-Airburst

Projectors and Video:


Data Projectors:

2-Epson PowerLite 7700p 3000 lumens

standard lens 49-63mm

zoom-x1.3

wide angle lens 37.2-48.1mm

zoom-x1.3

1-Epson PowerLite 8300i Wide zoom lens 5200 lumens

Image calculations (variables are in INCHES!)

•To find image size when you know projection distance

Max diag. size = (.9454 x Proj. Dist.) + 2.5

Min diag. size = (.6671 x Proj. Dist.) + 1.7

•To find the projection distance when you know the image size

Max proj dist. = (1.4990 x diag. size) – 2.5

Min proj. dist. = (1.0578 x diag. size) – 2.7

•Converting between Diagonal Size and Width or Height 4:3 Image

Diag size = 5/4 x Width

Diag size = 5/3 x Height

Width = 4/5 Diag. size

Height = 3/5 x diag. size

Overhead Projectors:

2-Dukane 6800, 7800 lumens 5600°K



35mm Projectors:

2-George Snell Metro-Lite ME-35E, 110,000 lumens 5600°K

1-Kodak Ektagraphic III

Lenses:


4-1.4” f2.5

2-76mm f3.5

2-4’-6” Zoom f3.5

2-75mm-125mm Zoom f3.5


Video:

3-Kramer VP719XL scaler

3-Geffen ex*tend*it VGA over CAT-5

1-Aten VGA splitter

1-Denon DN-V300 DVD player

1-JVC SR-DVM70US DVD/HDD/DV recorder

2-Sony DVP-NS50P DVD players

1-JVC HR-57600U VHS recorder

1-Canon GL2 mini-DV camera w/tripod

1-Dell Inspiron 9400 Laptop

1.66Ghz, 1 GB RAM

51 GB drive

CD R/W /DVD

NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 video card

VGA output

DVI output

S-video output

USB and Firewire ports



Various and sundry monitors in many shapes and sizes…


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