Newark Symphony Hall | New Jersey's Most Historic Arts and Entertainment Venue
Newark Symphony Hall | 1020 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey
Box Office: 1030 Broad Street, Newark, NJ | 973-643-8014

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Newark Stage

Newark Stage
Located on the second floor of Newark Symphony Hall, this intimate black box theater space is the ideal “off Broadway” space perfect for small stage plays, TV and video tapings, small dance and musical presentations, rehearsals, auditions, poetry readings and lectures.
Capacity: 250
Seated Dinner 200
Stage: 40’ x 42’
Dressing Rooms: 2
Grid: 17’
Elevated light and sound booth with computerized lighting system.
See Technical Specifications for full detail.

Seating Chart

Technical Specifications

Stage Dimensions: Stage playing area is 41 ft. stage left to stage right.  36 ft. depth.
Wing space stage left is 11 ft. 6 in.
Wing space stage right is 16 ft.
Upstage crossover space is 3 ft.
Fly System: Catwalk system 20 ft. above playing area.
Stage area surrounded by black velour curtain.
Lighting: ETC Vision Lighting Console.
Limited lighting system consisting of 28 individual channels with no colored gel provided.
10 Par-64 units providing back light.
3 2-unit booms stage left and stage right providing side light.
1KW Scoops provide down light and house lighting.
Power: 1 - 200 amp. service controlling dimmer system upstage left.
Dressing Rooms: Chorus dressing room house right 10 ft. x 15 ft. downstage with mirrors and bathroom facilities adequate for 18 people.
Chorus dressing room house right 10 ft. x 17 ft. upstage with mirrors and bathroom facilities adequate for 18 people.
Load-In: Load-in through lobby elevator – 7 ft. deep x 5 ft. 3 in. width x 5 ft. 8 in. height.  Larger scenery can be carried up staircase, (4 ft. 3 in. wide) to second floor through same width second floor doorway through 5 ft. 3 in. doorway into theater space.
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