An ample room with tall ceilings and mirrors on the West Side and the original classroom’s slate chalkboard on the East Side, Room 202 has large windows with Northern Exposure and a quiet easy charm.
An ample room with tall ceilings and mirrors on the West Side and the original classrom’s slate chalkboard on the South Side, Room 203 is vibrant, sunny and airy thanks to its large windows with Northern and Eastern exposure. When you walk in you feel you have arrived at the set of Fame . . . or tick tick Boom.
An ample space, the stage was modified by the LATEA founders in 1980’s to address the needs and the aesthetics of downtown theater. Located in what used to be the original theater of the former P.S. 160, the stage is very modular and is typically framed by wings which can be removed for laying bare the broadest possible expanse. The lack of a proscenium (which remains in the original stage, stage right, and is now a bar) makes for very dynamic set possibilities and fast turnaround.
General Space: 60′ x 20′
Main Stage area: 30′ x 20′
600 SF (20 Performers Approx.)
Capacity: 75 Seats
Lighting: Two level lighting grid (DS Lower +- 1.5ft) with an established rep plot (Ellipsoidals, Fresnels and LED washes) and 24 Sensor rack. Console ETC Express 24/48.
Audio: 16 Channel snake available on stage/ Digital console 32CH.
Video: Projector and Backup projector (6K) with DMX controlled dowsers from the control booth
Dressing Room: Yes
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