Client Guide

PACE Guide for

Clients

 

PRODUCTION MEETINGS

 

WHAT, WHEN, AND WHY

        These are meetings that are scheduled approximately one month prior to the event. Every client of the performance space is required to attend a minimum of one production meeting. More meetings may be scheduled if the event is complex or technical information if incomplete. The need for additional meetings is determined by the PACE Technical Supervisor. These meetings are held at mutually convenient times, and are scheduled by PACE Production.

 

            At this meeting, the client will be asked questions regarding times, equipment, staging, etc.  It is imperative that one voice representing the client answer these questions.  This one voice must be empowered by the client to answer all technical questions, determine schedules, and incur expenses regarding production equipment and personnel.  Final decisions are made at this meeting.  Any changes are difficult to facilitate.  Technical and human resources are scheduled well in advance to insure facilitation.  It may not be possible to reschedule these resources if production meetings are delayed or if changes are made afterward.

 

When the client is represented by committee, the committee members need to discuss their needs prior to the production meeting, designate their spokesperson and delegate decision making authority. Again, one person/one voice from the committee is needed to coordinate the event with PACE Production.  If options need to be discussed before making final decisions, a planning meeting can be set up through PACE Production to discuss these options.  This will give the client an opportunity to explore various staging, sound, lighting, rigging, etc. possibilities before etching those decisions in stone in the production meeting.  A clear and firm understanding of needs must be expressed in the Production meeting.  This is the time to fine-tune options explored beforehand and to finalize those options.

 

            Depending upon the complexity of the show presented, it may be required of the client to submit a light plot, sound plot, a ground plan with use of scenery, fly system, and soft goods.  These drawings are generally due 2 weeks prior to the event, but may be required earlier depending upon the schedule in the facility.  It may also be necessary for the client to supply a Stage Manager, or someone to call the show to the PACE stagehand crews.  The PACE Production Manager and/or the Technical Supervisor will determine if any of these things are necessary for the production.

 

   

 PACE PRODUCTION PHILOSOPHY

  

     The Performing Arts Center for Education (PACE) is a touring facility or a roadhouse.  It is our mission to assist others in mounting their produced, packaged shows.

      All shows are important to TCC’s PACE because they are important to our clients who produced them.  Since the PACE staff was not part of the creative team that produced the show, it is important that we be informed of all of the needs of the show before it comes to our space.  These needs include schedules and all resources: human and equipment.  In this way, we can prepare well in advance for the needs of our clients, ensuring that all shows in out space are facilitated in the best manner possible.

      The PACE staff is in charge of everything that occurs onstage or backstage in support areas.  It does not facilitate the House (audience area), lobby, ticket office or any other area at the front of the House.  These are the responsibilities of the House Manager or the Guest Services Coordinator.  PACE staff facilitates all performance spaces, dressing rooms, Green Room, shop, loading dock, and all other support areas backstage.

      Moving your production into a new space can be overwhelming as well as frustrating.  Professional production companies can feel frustrated as well if the rules of the house have not been made clear before the process begins.  This information is an attempt to make the entire process, from production meeting to performance, user-friendly, and with as few surprises as possible.

 

    PACE Production is sensitive to clients’ budgets.  We will give the best estimate of your event’s expenses at the production meeting.  If budget is a concern, be sure to ask for expenses associated with various stagings, equipment use services and personnel needed for those.  Clients are responsible for costs associated with setting-up of their event as well as all costs while in the space.  Set-ups are in house functions, and reflect the needs expressed in the Production meeting.  The set-ups occur before the client comes into the space.  If the backstage and support areas are left in any type of disarray or damaged, the client will be charged an additional cleaning, repair or replacement fee.

 Design: Design of your show is not the responsibility of PACE Production.  If you are in need of a set, sound, or lighting designers alert us and we will provide a list of local designers.  Remember we have not seen your production.

 

            Use of stagehands:  Every show requires a minimum of 3 PACE stagehands.  These stagehands serve the functions of: 1) light board operator 2) sound board operator 3) floor manager.  These stagehands are required whenever the PACE is used, regardless of any other personnel required by the client.  In the PACE, all equipment operation is done by PACE stagehands.  Additional stagehands may be necessary depending upon production options chosen.  Curtain may require an additional stagehand as well.

This depends on the use of the floor manager.  If followspots are used, a stagehand is required for each followspot.  A large degree of movement onstage, i.e. scenery, props, fly, wardrobe changer, may require other stagehands onstage.  Any situation where it is deemed prudent for safety or efficiency, an additional stagehand may be required.  These determinations are made by the PACE Technical Supervisor.

             With the exception of spotlight operators, all stagehands are billed at $12.00 hourly.  The minimum billing for stagehands is $36.00 hourly (3 stagehands).  Additional personnel will be billed at $12.00 hourly per stagehand.  Spotlight operators are billed at $20.00 per hour.  Stagehands are called the entire time a client is using the stage.  For performance calls, generally the crew will be called one hour before curtain, and will leave when the client clears the performance space or when the space is put back in order, whichever comes last.  On rehearsal calls, generally the crew will be called one-half hour before the client has access and will leave when the client clears the performance space and the space is put back in order.  It is therefore important that the client has a good understanding of what they need to accomplish during their time onstage.  Stagehands are billed for a four hour minimum per call.  If a stagehand is canceled, notification of the cancellation must be made 24 hours prior to the call.  If not, the client is billed the minimum of four hours per stagehand called.  PACE stagehands and any volunteers or paid crew of the client will, at all times, work under the supervision of the PACE Production Manager and/or Technical Supervisor and/or their designee.

 

 

PRODUCTION QUESTIONS FOR CLIENTS

          It must be understood that the performance space is rented as bare walls and floor.  It is up to the client to inform the PACE staff of what is needed in the space.  This includes lighting, sound, rigging, softgoods, anything that is needed onstage.

 

            The first issue is to determine the nature of the use: dance, music, lecture, play, etc.

 

GENERAL QUESTIONS FOR ALL CLIENTS:

 

          * What are the dressing room needs?

             * If bringing in a packaged show, are copies of contract/s with artist/s ready to give to PACE Production?  Are names and telephone numbers of show’s technical coordinator/s included?

             * What are the microphone needs?  These would be anticipated needs. Some will not be able to be determined until onstage.

             * Is the orchestra lift used and how?  PACE  does not recommend theatrical use of the hydraulic lift.  It is unsafe to do so.

             * What are curtain, final curtain, and clear times?

             * Who will serve as the one voice/contact person for all technical needs?  This person must be authorized to incur expenses for client.

             * Any pre or post show music desired?  If so, what?  PACE prefers CD, clean 1st generation cassette, or mini disc for playback.

             * Is curtain being opened or closed during event?

             * Does client know of any press that may require an audio drop?

            * Is Security needed for backstage for artist(s) or any other need?

             * Are interpreters for hearing impaired needed for event?

 

LECTURE:

             * How much of the stage is being used?  Usually forestage is plenty for lecture.

             * Any A/V needs?  What type?  Can they be rear projected?

             * Chairs or tables needed onstage?

             * What are the microphone needs?  PACE Production may not be able to switch to wireless equipment the day of the performance.

 

            * How many speakers are there?  Intro speakers, main speakers, closing speakers, etc.  PACE needs to have a sound and/or A/V check at least a half hour before the house opens.  Appropriate speaker/s need to be available for those checks.

             * Will there be Q &A?  Houselights may need to be raised during this time, and arrangements made for the facilitation of audience’s questions.

 

MUSIC:

             * Is it a shell event?  If it is not a shell event then how is the stage configured in terms of soft goods, etc.?

             * Is conductor’s podium needed?

             * Is piano needed? We have a 9’ Grand or Yamaha upright-depending upon availability.

             * Number of chairs, stands, music stands lights needed?

             * Please provide drawing of set up.

             * Choral risers needed?  For how many people?

             * Band risers needed? User needs to supply set up ground plan.

             * Follow spot needed?

             * What are lighting needs?  Client may need to hire an independent lighting designer if needs are complex.

             * Depending upon complexity of event, client may be required to provide a stage manager, lighting and sound plots.

             * Are monitors needed onstage?  Who is client’s sound person?

 

DANCE:

         

            *Is a special dance floor needed?  Client should provide this.

           * Who is client’s lighting designer?  Plan and section of theatre and instrument schedule will be given to client.  Lighting designer’s light plot must include use of soft goods, all scenery used and lift configuration.

             * What is the source of music?  Live, tape, mini disc or CD?  Who is client’s sound person?

             * Is a piano needed for rehearsals, performances?  What kind of piano? 

             * Who is the client’s stage manager?  From which location is the stage manager calling the show?

             * If company includes children, chaperons must accompany.  There must be one adult for every 10 children under the age of 13 and one adult for every 20 children between the ages of 13 and 17.

             * Is lift used for stage?  PACE Production does not recommend theatrical use of lift for safety considerations.

             * Any use of scenery?  Is it flown or freestanding?  If flown, size and placement must be included in fly & light plot.  If freestanding cannot be attached to the floor.

             * Are follow spots used?  Must be included in light plot along with colors for boomerang.

 

PLAY:

                     * Who is your Scenic designer?

             * Who is your Lighting designer?

             * Who is your Sound designer?

             * For all other questions, see Dance.

 

 

 

 PACE BACKSTAGE VISITOR’S HANDBOOK

 

 USE OF ALL SPACES

 

ALL SHOPS(Scene, Prop, Costume)

             These are used exclusively by TCC Theatre and the PACE production staff.  Any use of these by visiting companies, must be requested through PACE Production Manager and/or Technical Supervisor.  Client must be supervised by a member of PACE Production staff, their time being compensated by the client.

 

            DRESSING ROOMS

           The dressing rooms assigned to the client are for their exclusive use during their stay.  Rolling racks are available; you can request these through PACE Technical Supervisor.  Please do not leave valuables in them, there is no lock box provided.  Please do not bring visitors in the Dressing Rooms.

 

            GREEN ROOM:

             This is a community room for everyone involved in the event.  Crew is allowed to use the Green Room except from one-half hour before performance till one-half hour after performance.

 

            SMOKING POLICY:

           TCC campus buildings are tobacco free.  The closest area from the performance space where smoking is on the loading dock stage right of the dressing rooms.

 

 CREATURE COMFORTS BACKSTAGE

           BATHROOMS

            All dressing rooms have bathrooms and showers.

           PHONES:

           There is a phone located in the Green Room.  This is a campus phone for calling college offices and local calls only.  Courtesy phones are located in the house left and right lower lobbies. Campus Security emergency number is 7762.

            VENDING MACHINES:

             There is only one in the PACE as of now.  It is in the PACE Expansion by stairs.  We’ll be happy to show you where that is.

 

 LOCAL SERVICES

           ATM

           There is one located on campus in building 9 next to the cafeteria and at the Fiesta Mart west of campus on the corner of 81st street and Mingo. (see area map)

 

            BOOKSTORE

           The campus bookstore is located in building 9. There is a Barnes & Noble bookstore (250-5034) on 71st between Mingo and Memorial. 

 

           *ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES:  No alcoholic beverages are allowed on campus property.

 

            *ANIMALS PROHIBITED:  Animals are not allowed in the space for any reason unless they are used in a performance; or a seeing-eye dog.

 

            *BLOCKING OF HOUSE EGRESS:   Due to fire regulations, no aisle is allowed to be blocked in any manner.

 

            *BROADCAST RECORDING RIGHTS:  Any broadcasting, televising in any manner, in connection to the client’s use of the space must have written approval by the Dean of Performing Arts.  Any audio drop, connection, or any other tool or facility rendered for such an activity must have a minimum of 3 days notice from the client to the PACE Technical Supervisor.

 

            *CANCELLATIONS DUE TO WEATHER:  Whenever TCC classes are cancelled, all programs will be cancelled as well; i.e. the PACE will be shut down too.   The closing notice will be given on radio and television broadcasts, on the Ticket Office phone, and will be posted on the TCC website.  Ticket concerns will be discussed on an individual client basis.

 

          *CHAPERONING OF CHILDREN:  Events incorporating children must have adult supervision at all times in the performance and support areas.  These adults must be supplied by the client.

 

            *CLIENTS EQUIPMENT USED ONSTAGE:  Any equipment used on stage or in any of the support areas that is supplied by the client, i.e. special effects devices, must approval of the PACE Technical Supervisor and/or the Production Manager.  In accepting delivery of property addressed to the client, the PACE will not be held liable for any loss or damage thereof.  Client assumes all responsibility for any property which may be placed in storage during or between events. (see SCENERY REMOVAL)

 

          *COMPANY SWITCH:  There is no company switch at this time.  No one may attempt to connect power other than the outlets provided.

 

            *CONTRACTS:  The client will submit copies of any and all contracts, riders, letters of agreement, etc. with the performers whose services from the basis for use of the space to the PACE.

 

            *CONTROL OF PREMISES:  It is understood that no agreement with the client relinquishes PACE’s right to control the management of the facility and to enforce all laws, rules and regulations.

 

            *CONTROL OF STAGE EQUIPMENT:  No stage rigging, stage lighting or any other stage equipment can be used or changed without prior approval of the PACE Technical Supervisor.

 

            *CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES:  No use or possession of controlled substances is permitted on TCC campuses.

 

            *GUNS AND KNIVES:  No guns or knives are allowed on TCC Campuses. Any Guns or Knives used in a production must need special approval of PACE Technical Supervisor.

 

            *CURTAIN TIMES:  Curtain will not be held beyond advertised times except for the following reasons:  Equipment malfunction, weather or traffic conditions as determined by the House Manager, illness or tardiness on the part of a performer.  PACE Stage Manager makes the final decision determining the holding of a curtain.

 

            *DEFACEMENT OF FACILITY:  No client is allowed to use nails, tacks, screws, or similar material to be driven or placed in any part of the premises without approval of the PACE Technical Supervisor.  There shall be no painting on stage without prior approval of PACE Technical Supervisor.  Repair of all damage is the responsibility of the client.

 

[Additional cleaning costs:  The client shall be responsible for any cost associated with clean-up/trash removal that is above and beyond normal usage.  (i.e. steam-cleaning carpet or seats, massive trash removal, dressing rooms left in unacceptable conditions, etc.]

             *EGRESS ONSTAGE:  Egress onto the stage, both stage right and stage left must be maintained at all times.

           *FIREPROOFING:   All scenic materials brought in to the space by client must be flame proofed and/or conform to the Uniform Fire Code.

             *FOOD/DRINK: No food or drink is allowed in the house (audience area) or on stage except during performance as is called for in the course of client’s show.

             *COLOR MEDIA (GEL):  PACE Production carries most popular colors of Rodcolux gel.  Any other brand of gel or depleted colors will need to be supplied by client.

             *GREEN ROOM:  The PACE has a Green Room; a common area for cast and crew.

             *GUESTS BACKSTAGE:  Guests are not permitted any where onstage before, during or after a performance or during intermission.  All doors leading to the stage will be locked and no admittance gained following a performance and during an intermission.  Guests are welcome to come backstage to the house right support hall if the client wishes, but no admittance to or through the stage will be allowed.  This is a safety issue as well as a logistical concern.  Stagehands need to be able to do their work quickly and without obstruction.

             *INTERRUPTION OR TERMINATION OF EVENT:  PACE  retains the right to cause interruption or termination of any event when, in the sole judgment of the PACE, such action is necessary in the interest of public safety.

(see emergency procedures for Fire and Tornado)

 

            *KEYS TO FACILITY:  No keys to the PACE will be given to any client or artist hired by the client.  Keys are assigned to employees of the College only, and the building will be opened only by such employees.

           *LIGHTING INVENTORY:  The lighting inventory will used as is.  No re-lamping will be done unless necessary to replace an expired lamp and no conversions will be made.

              *LOADING DOCK:  Clients will use the loading dock on the south side of the PACE to unload their equipment.  Immediately after unloading, vehicles must be removed.  There is NO acceptable parking in the dock loading area unless it is to load of unload.  TCC Campus Police will not hesitate to ticket any vehicle left at the dock.

             *NON-EXCLUSIVE RIGHT:  The PACE shall retain the right to use and license use of portions of the PACE not covered in the contract with any individual client, provided, that such use will not interfere with the client’s activities.

             *OPENING OF HOUSE:  The House opens 30 minutes prior to performance.  All pre-sets, sound and light checks must be completed by that time.

             *TICKET OFFICE:  The Ticket Office is open 10am to 6pm M-F, and 1 hour prior to performance.

             *PAYMENT FOR DAMAGE:  Client agrees that at all times he/she will conduct his/her activities with full regard to public safety, and will observe and abide by all applicable regulations and requests by duly authorized campus and governmental agencies responsible for public safety.

             *RECORDING SERVICES:  Contact PACE production at least one week before performance if you wish to record.

             *SCENERY REMOVAL:  All scenery, props, costumes, equipment, etc. belonging to the client must be removed by client immediately following the final performance.  All items not removed from the building will be assumed trash and disposed of accordingly at strike.

           *SECURITY OF VALUABLES:  No lock box is provided to clients of the performance space.  It is suggested that any personal valuable not be brought into the backstage area.

           *SMOKING POLICY:  As of August 6, 2012, Oklahoma State Law prohibits smoking on any state property inside or on any of the grounds the building occupies.

             *STAFFING:  All clients’ production needs are coordinated through the PACE Production Manager or his designee.  All PACE crews are given assignments through him or his designee.  PACE Production reserves the right to determine the appropriate number of staff to service an event after consulting with the client and/or his representative.

             Immediately following the production meeting, crew and equipment are booked for the event.  PACE stagehands generally are advised of their schedule two weeks to a month from an event.  This is necessary because of the nature of the stagehand pool, and the volume of work PACE  is required to facilitate.  PACE stagehands work at other venues and other jobs.  In order to ensure that proper crew is assigned to an event, PACE Production schedules crews well in advance.  Again, if the client is not prepared to give details in the production meeting or changes are made after the meeting, the best facilitation may not be possible for the event.

 

            Although the PACE is well-equipped, there is a finite number of each resource. Resources are booked on a first-come first-serve basis.  If a client is not able to attend a production meeting on the day requested, the resources (crew or equipment) needed for the event may already be booked for another client.  It is therefore important to be available for the meeting and have the best information ready.  In any event, the PACE  will make every effort to have the equipment available and in good working order.  However, if equipment is out of service for any reason, PACE Production will not be responsible for providing replacements.  Any malfunction of equipment should be reported to the Technical Supervisor.

 

COSTS

PACE Production is sensitive to clients’ budgets.  We will give the best estimate of your event’s expenses at the production meeting.  If budget is a concern, be sure to ask for expenses associated with various stagings, equipment use services and personnel needed for those.  Clients are responsible for costs associated with setting-up of their event as well as all costs while in the space.  Set-ups are in house functions, and reflect the needs expressed in the Production meeting.  The set-ups occur before the client comes into the space.  If the backstage and support areas are left in any type of disarray or damaged, the client will be charged an additional cleaning, repair or replacement fee.

 

          Design: Design of your show is not the responsibility of PACE Production.  If you are in need of a set, sound, or lighting designers alert us and we will provide a list of local designers.  Remember we have not seen your production.

 

            Use of stagehands:  Every show requires a minimum of 3 PACE stagehands.  These stagehands serve the functions of: 1) light board operator 2) sound board operator 3) floor manager.  These stagehands are required whenever the PACE is used, regardless of any other personnel required by the client.  In the PACE, all equipment operation is done by PACE stagehands.  Additional stagehands may be necessary depending upon production options chosen.  Curtain may require an additional stagehand as well.

This depends on the use of the floor manager.  If followspots are used, a stagehand is required for each followspot.  A large degree of movement onstage, i.e. scenery, props, fly, wardrobe changer, may require other stagehands onstage.  Any situation where it is deemed prudent for safety or efficiency, an additional stagehand may be required.  These determinations are made by the PACE Technical Supervisor.

 

            With the exception of spotlight operators, all stagehands are billed at $12.00 hourly.  The minimum billing for stagehands is $36.00 hourly (3 stagehands).  Additional personnel will be billed at $12.00 hourly per stagehand.  Spotlight operators are billed at $20.00 per hour.  Stagehands are called the entire time a client is using the stage.  For performance calls, generally the crew will be called one hour before curtain, and will leave when the client clears the performance space or when the space is put back in order, whichever comes last.  On rehearsal calls, generally the crew will be called one-half hour before the client has access and will leave when the client clears the performance space and the space is put back in order.  It is therefore important that the client has a good understanding of what they need to accomplish during their time onstage.  Stagehands are billed for a four hour minimum per call.  If a stagehand is canceled, notification of the cancellation must be made 24 hours prior to the call.  If not, the client is billed the minimum of four hours per stagehand called.  PACE stagehands and any volunteers or paid crew of the client will, at all times, work under the supervision of the PACE Production Manager and/or Technical Supervisor and/or their designee.

 

  PRODUCTION QUESTIONS FOR CLIENTS

 

          It must be understood that the performance space is rented as bare walls and floor.  It is up to the client to inform the PACE staff of what is needed in the space.  This includes lighting, sound, rigging, softgoods, anything that is needed onstage.

 

            The first issue is to determine the nature of the use: dance, music, lecture, play, etc.

 

GENERAL QUESTIONS FOR ALL CLIENTS:

           * What are the dressing room needs?

             * If bringing in a packaged show, are copies of contract/s with artist/s ready to give to PACE Production?  Are names and telephone numbers of show’s technical coordinator/s included?

             * What are the microphone needs?  These would be anticipated needs. Some will not be able to be determined until onstage.

             * Is the orchestra lift used and how?  PACE  does not recommend theatrical use of the hydraulic lift.  It is unsafe to do so.

             * What are curtain, final curtain, and clear times?

             * Who will serve as the one voice/contact person for all technical needs?  This person must be authorized to incur expenses for client.

             * Any pre or post show music desired?  If so, what?  PACE prefers CD, clean 1st generation cassette, or mini disc for playback.

             * Is curtain being opened or closed during event?

             * Does client know of any press that may require an audio drop?

            * Is Security needed for backstage for artist(s) or any other need?

             * Are interpreters for hearing impaired needed for event?

 

LECTURE:

 

            * How much of the stage is being used?  Usually forestage is plenty for lecture.

             * Any A/V needs?  What type?  Can they be rear projected?

             * Chairs or tables needed onstage?

             * What are the microphone needs?  PACE Production may not be able to switch to wireless equipment the day of the performance.

             * How many speakers are there?  Intro speakers, main speakers, closing speakers, etc.  PACE needs to have a sound and/or A/V check at least a half hour before the house opens.  Appropriate speaker/s need to be available for those checks.

             * Will there be Q &A?  Houselights may need to be raised during this time, and arrangements made for the facilitation of audience’s questions.

 

MUSIC:

             * Is it a shell event?  If it is not a shell event then how is the stage configured in terms of soft goods, etc.?

             * Is conductor’s podium needed?

             * Is piano needed? We have a 9’ Grand or Yamaha upright-depending upon availability.

             * Number of chairs, stands, music stands lights needed?

             * Please provide drawing of set up.

             * Choral risers needed?  For how many people?

             * Band risers needed? User needs to supply set up ground plan.

             * Follow spot needed?

             * What are lighting needs?  Client may need to hire an independent lighting designer if needs are complex.

             * Depending upon complexity of event, client may be required to provide a stage manager, lighting and sound plots.

             * Are monitors needed onstage?  Who is client’s sound person?

 

DANCE:

                     *Is a special dance floor needed?  Client should provide this.

           * Who is client’s lighting designer?  Plan and section of theatre and instrument schedule will be given to client.  Lighting designer’s light plot must include use of soft goods, all scenery used and lift configuration.

             * What is the source of music?  Live, tape, mini disc or CD?  Who is client’s sound person?

             * Is a piano needed for rehearsals, performances?  What kind of piano? 

             * Who is the client’s stage manager?  From which location is the stage manager calling the show?

             * If company includes children, chaperons must accompany.  There must be one adult for every 10 children under the age of 13 and one adult for every 20 children between the ages of 13 and 17.

             * Is lift used for stage?  PACE Production does not recommend theatrical use of lift for safety considerations.

             * Any use of scenery?  Is it flown or freestanding?  If flown, size and placement must be included in fly & light plot.  If freestanding cannot be attached to the floor.

             * Are follow spots used?  Must be included in light plot along with colors for boomerang.

 

PLAY:

                     * Who is your Scenic designer?

             * Who is your Lighting designer?

             * Who is your Sound designer?

             * For all other questions, see Dance.

 

PACE BACKSTAGE VISITOR’S HANDBOOK

  

USE OF ALL SPACES

 

ALL SHOPS(Scene, Prop, Costume)

             These are used exclusively by TCC Theatre and the PACE production staff.  Any use of these by visiting companies, must be requested through PACE Production Manager and/or Technical Supervisor.  Client must be supervised by a member of PACE Production staff, their time being compensated by the client.

 

            DRESSING ROOMS

           The dressing rooms assigned to the client are for their exclusive use during their stay.  Rolling racks are available; you can request these through PACE Technical Supervisor.  Please do not leave valuables in them, there is no lock box provided.  Please do not bring visitors in the Dressing Rooms.

             GREEN ROOM:

             This is a community room for everyone involved in the event.  Crew is allowed to use the Green Room except from one-half hour before performance till one-half hour after performance.

             SMOKING POLICY:

           TCC campus buildings are tobacco free; as of August 2011, you cannot smoke on state property.

  

CREATURE COMFORTS BACKSTAGE

           BATHROOMS

            All dressing rooms have bathrooms and showers.

           PHONES:

           There is a phone located in the Green Room.  This is a campus phone for calling college offices and local calls only.  Courtesy phones are located in the house left and right lower lobbies. Campus Security emergency number is 7762.

             VENDING MACHINES:

             There is only one in the PACE as of now.  It is in the PACE Expansion by stairs.  We’ll be happy to show you where that is.

 

 LOCAL SERVICES

           ATM

           There is one located on campus in building 9 next to the cafeteria and at the Fiesta Mart west of campus on the corner of 81st street and Mingo. (see area map)

        

          BOOKSTORE

           The campus bookstore is located in building 9. There is a Barnes & Noble bookstore (250-5034) on 71st between Mingo and Memorial. 

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