MCCOY STUDIO THEATER - Technical Information

MCCOY STUDIO THEATER - Technical InformationDimensions

The McCoy Studio Theater is a black box approximately 53’6” wide and 56’ deep. The default setup is with a stage at one end. The stage is 24’ wide by 12’ deep and 32” high. The opposite side of the room has a stairwell leading up to the control booth.
The walls are 21' high and are constructed from textured cinder block painted a dark neutral grey. The bottom 9’ of the walls are covered with “Tectum,” an acoustical treatment. No screws, nails, tape, or similar articles may be driven or placed on any wall area.


House Lighting System

The theatrical lighting system includes enough lamps, dimming, color, & control for most functions, including meetings, concerts, and theatrical productions. A member of the Center's technical staff is usually required for operation of the lighting system.
The room has both fluorescent and dimmable incandescent house lighting. The house lights can be controlled using the lighting console or by the portable "control station" in the light booth or the "wall station" which is just inside the main theater entrance.
The theatrical instruments are a mixture of Altman lekos, ETC Source Four lekos, and LED 6in1 wash lights.  Connectors are 20A stage pin.  Instruments are hung on a ceiling-mounted wall-to-wallMCCOY STUDIO THEATER - Technical Information pipe GRID that allows for coverage over the entire room. The lighting grid is 20' 6" from the theater floor. The purpose of this grid is for hanging lights, however, curtains or other lightweight items may also be hung with the approval of the technical director. The only curtains in the theater include two panels of black velour against the upstage wall and a set of legs to create wings. The hanging of lights or other items must be done by a member of the Center's technical staff.

Upon request, a Vectorworks file or a PDF of the house lighting plot can be provided.  Contact Technical Director Mark Astrella (

Lighting Control

The lighting controller is an ETC Express 48/96. The lighting system consists of 50 circuits of 2.4K each using ETC Sensor dimmers and four more circuits for house lights using ETC Unison dimmers for a total of 54 channels.


The audio console is currently a Yamaha QL1 with 32 channels. As a smaller venue, the McCoy's system is equipped with a flown JBL VRX system and JBL subs. 
Stage monitors may be our Fulcrum FA12AC powered monitors.


A motorized screen can be lowered just in front of the upstage black curtain. Control of the screen is from the audio booth.  The screen measures 16' W x 9' H. A projector can be placed in the center of the lighting booth to project onto the screen. The projector is an Eiki LC-HDT700, a 7K lumen projector with lensing to accommodate the 50' throw distance.  


Please contact Technical Director  Mark Astrella for additional information:
email Mark  or call 808-243-4243