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Technical Information

Stage & Seating

The stage is 65’0” wide X 32’0” deep. Adding the stage extension brings the dimensions to 65’0” wide X 38’0” deep. The proscenium height is 27’6”. The current seating capacity is 1300. With the stage extension in place, there are 1220 seats. The first three rows of the orchestra accommodate a stage extension or an orchestra "pit" type arrangement. The last three rows of the orchestra center accommodate in-house mix or lighting arrangements. A few other locations at the back rows of the loge and balcony will accommodate wheelchair seating and/or follow spot locations.


The loading dock is located off of Garden Avenue Extension at the northeast corner of the building. The loading dock is 3’10½” up from the driveway. The loading door is 6’6” wide X 8’11” tall.

Projection & Video

Bailey Hall is equipped with a 35’X19’ retractable projection screen and an Epson L1505 12,000 lumen laser projector. The screen is located just upstage of the front curtain, 17.5’ from the downstage center edge. Diagrams can be provided upon request.

A Blackmagic Design ATEM Constellation 8k 4M/E production switcher provides simultaneous independent outputs to the projector and capture/streaming machines. Five Panasonic HE-120 PTZ cameras are installed throughout the hall, with 3G-SDI inputs/outputs and genlock at multiple locations for incorporating additional cameras and inputs. One Panasonic HE-130 PTZ camera is available on a tripod for additional shots. Video infrastructure is fully digital and runs at 1080p/59.94fps. Bailey Hall has three lecterns with computer connections to the projection system.

The Audio/Visual system may be operated by authorized personnel only and no audio/visual equipment or components may not be moved from Bailey Hall and used in other venues, on- or off-campus.


Bailey Hall features an Avid Venue S6L-24D and E6L-112 audio mixing system with 64 analog XLR mic inputs and 32 analog XLR line outputs, plus 8x8 Dante and 8x8 AES/EBU of digital connectivity.  (The AES/EBU connections are patched into the Dante network through a Mutek MC-4 digital signal converter into a Ferrofish Verto32 ADAT to Dante converter, resulting in a total of 16x16 Dante paths to the console.) The entire system is clocked through a Mutek MC3+ Smart Clock, capable of syncing 48k and 96k device simultaneously, including providing sync to the video system.

While monitors are typically mixed from FOH, a 48-channel, transformer isolated mic splitter with digital or analog console options are available for productions calling for an on-stage monitor console. The digital option is an Avid Profile 48x16 console and the analog is a Midas Verona 480 48x8 console, with XTA GQ600 1/3 octave EQs on each of eight outputs.

Additionally, outboard dynamics and effects processors are available.

The speaker system is comprised of (22) L-Acoustics dV-DOSC line array modules in a LCR configuration, on Lab.gruppen C Series power amplifiers. The left and right hang consist of 7 boxes each and the center array has 8. Additionally, there are (4) L-Acoustics Arc boxes hung with the center cluster to provide even coverage when the production calls for the removal of the left and right hangs. Subwoofers are (4) L-Acoustics SB218, two per side. Front fill speakers are (8) d&b E3s built into the front lip of the stage on d&b E-PAC power amplifiers. For stage monitors, Bailey Hall provides (6) EAW SM129Z and (4) EAW SM159Z passive speakers on Lab.gruppen amps, and (2) JBL PRX-515s powered speakers for side fills.

The microphone package consists of (10) channels of Shure UR series diversity wireless, with either Shure Beta-87 handheld or DPA 4060 lavalier microphones. Wired microphones include (6) Neumann KM184, (4) Neumann TLM-103, (2) Electrovoice RE-20, (2) Sennheiser 421, (4) e604, (2) e609, (1) Shure Beta-52, (12) SM-58, (6) SM-57, and (1) AKG 451.

For recordings and broadcast audio, Bailey Hall provides a motorized microphone array on a two-axis motion controller, allowing for precise and recallable location adjustments within the usable field. The microphone array consists of a Schoeps double M/S system, a pair of DPA 4028s in NOS, and a Schoeps omni. These six microphones are recorded to a Tascam HS-8, through Millennia mic preamps and Apogee converters. For multi-track recordings, each Avid S6L input channel can be patched to a discreet ProTools input for up to 64 tracks at 24bit/96kHz.

The audio system will be set up according to the requirements outlined in the technical rider and/or through the coordination of the event organizer. All technical riders and/or information will be reviewed by the Bailey Hall Technical Manager no less than four (4) weeks prior to the event. The sound system may be used in Bailey Hall by authorized trained personnel only and may not be removed from Bailey Hall for use in other venues.

The Audio/Visual system may be operated by authorized personnel only and no audio/visual equipment or components may not be moved from Bailey Hall and used in other venues, on- or off-campus.

Stage Lighting

The stage lighting system consists of 96 ETC Sensor dimmers. The lighting plot is fixed and may not be altered. There are two (2) Robert Juliat Aramas HMI 2500 follow spotlights.The stage lighting system may be operated by authorized personnel only.

Dressing Rooms

On the basement level, there is a men’s dressing room under stage right and a women’s dressing room under stage left. Both dressing rooms are outfitted with sinks, lighted mirrors, video, and audio monitoring systems.


For life threatening emergencies call 911. Be prepared to furnish the operator with the nature of the emergency, your location on campus and within the building. For non-life threatening injuries there is a first-aid kit available in the green room and box office. First-aid kits shall not be used for routine personal maintenance (i.e., taping of joints with prior knowledge of the injury, using bandages to prevent blistering, restocking personal supplies). The first-aid kit is for emergencies only. All emergencies must be reported to the Bailey Hall Operations manager or Technical Director.

Green Room

A green room is available on stage level. This area is designed as a place for performers to congregate before getting to “places” to go on stage. There are monitor speakers and an in-house communications intercom station and a video monitor in the room.

Laundry & Wardrobe

There are no laundry facilities in Bailey Hall. Bailey Hall can provide an industrial steamer, ironing board, and iron.


Backstage restrooms are located on the basement level under the stage. Audience restrooms are located in the front of house in the lower lobby.

“Star” Dressing Room

Directly off the green room there is a “star” dressing room equipped with its own shower and restroom. This room is restricted to visiting groups and VIPs only.