The TBG Theatre is a 99-seat flexible theatre completed in 2005. It has quickly become one of the most sought after venues in Midtown Manhattan. In addition to housing The Barrow Group’s productions of Pentecost by David Edgar (Drama Desk nominee), The Timekeepers by Dan Clancy, Gray Area by John Ahlin, The Fear Project, and Short Stuff 7, among others, it was home to the New York premiere of The Temperamentals by Jon Marans. The list of guest productions includes those by The New York Musical Theater Festival, The Immigrants Theater Project, The National Asian American Theatre Company, Royal Family Productions and Pulse Ensemble Theatre Company to name a few. The theatre can accommodate long runs as well as shorter engagements readings and special events.
In its proscenium configuration, the deck dimensions are 22′ wide by approximately 27′ deep. Depth depends on placement of first row of seats. Grid height is 14′. The back wall has exits upstage right and left, enabling crossovers, and a 2nd story level escape door upstage right, for double height sets. The layout also enables actors to easily make entrances through the audience door and through the back of the house.
There are 48 dimmers. There is ample power to support portable dimmer racks. The ETC dimmers run off a 3-phase 200amp system. An additional 3-phase 100 amps can be provided. There are 48 circuits in the air.
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