During your homeroom/prep time, a university liaison will meet with you to discuss specific needs. Be prepared at this time to start the cueing process to utilize staff and equipment to the fullest, but do not go to the control booth prior to your set up time since another school will be using the booth. Your liaison will ensure you get to stage and will be on-hand to answer all questions pertaining to technical needs during your set-up time.
Barnett Theatre #
Named for former Theatre & Speech Professor Wynett Barnett.
Load-in for Barnett is through the loading dock doors on the northwest side of the building. There will be a lane marked through the scene shop for loading in, and the opposite side will be marked for loading out. All loading and unloading into the stage itself will be from stage left. There are sets of large double doors that connect the scene shop to the stage. As your show concludes, you must immediately remove all scenery through the shop loading dock.
Recital Hall #
Named for former Music Dept. Chair Raymond E. Light
Load-in for the Recital Hall is is on the northeast corner of the Center for the Arts (north-facing exterior door), next to the Young Auditorium. There are double doors on the upstage right corner of the stage that limit size of scenery being brought into this space; however, the center post will be removed for the festival. Traffic lanes for bringing scenery in and out will be marked in this corridor. As your show concludes, you must immediately remove all scenery through the double-doors, upstage right, and back outside through the north entrance.