Programming, theatre planning, auditorium design, and theatre equipment design and specification, i.e. performance lighting, rigging, performance and acoustical drapery, sound, video and communications system, and seating systems
Arts Design Collaborative: Stephen Dynia Architects with Carney Architects
Robert F. Mahoney & Associates
Jackson Hole Center for the Arts
The performing arts pavilion, the second phase of the Center for the Arts, comprises a 525-seat proscenium theatre with full technical capabilities, music practice rooms, and theatre support facilities. To accommodate the seasonal fluctuations of a resort community, TCC inverted conventional seating ratios to provide a 325-seat balcony and a 200-seat orchestra level. Careful use of color on the balcony front and walls and tightly controlled architectural lighting means that the balcony, when unlit, “disappears” to create an intimate setting for a smaller capacity audience.