The audio system consisted of Meyer self-powered units that were driven by a Crown amplification system and a 32-channel Soundcraft mixing console. The system also featured a Sennheiser wireless microphones and a Clearcom communication system throughout the space. The system was also designed to allow the front of house audio console to be disconnected and brought down to a closer mixing position at mid-house. This called for a very intricate design of a quick connect system making the move painless, efficient and trouble-free.
The theatre featured (144) ETC Dimmers split between house-lighting and stage-lighting controlled by an ETC control console and multiple 10-button and single button wall stations throughout the space. There are over (100) theatrical lighting fixtures spread out over four stage electrics and two catwalks.
The stage rigging system consisted of (23) counterweight fly-lines that housed electrics, front main curtain, masking legs, borders, traveler panels, cyclorama and scrims in addition to multiple spare battens for scenic elements.
The space also included hookups for video systems, well designed house-lighting systems, and spotlight operation platforms. Paragon 360 was also involved in the design of the stage area, loading bridges, catwalks, dressing rooms, spotlight areas, and over-all theatrical space planning.