The Barber of Seville
Scenic Designer: David P. Gordon
Stage Director: Stephanie Sundine
Conductor: Victor DeRenzi
Year Built: 2015
Built By: Utah Symphony & Opera Scenic Studios
Period: Ancient Egypt
# of set: Modular Set with (7) scenes
Designer packet available upon request
Number of Vans: Two (2) for scenery and props
Size of Vans: 53' air ride trailer
Owner: A. T. Jones, Baltimore MD
Scenery Rental Fee: $20,000 for up to four (4) performances
Additional Performances: $1,000 Each
Security Deposit: $3,000 non refundable security deposit due at contract signing
Designer Royalty: $1,500 payable directly to designer
Designer USA Payment: 21% of designer royalty. Payable to USA 829
Technical Supervisor: $400 per day (travel or working) plus housing and transportation. Load in and out
Load in/out & Damage deposit: $3500 refundable deposit (minus actual labor cost and damage)
Insurance Required: $160,000
In Sarasota the following crew sizes were used. Crew sizes may vary for the renting company based on its schedule, the size of the theatre, union contract, etc.
3 hours 28 mins with 3 intermissions
The figures above represent union crew persons. The scenery was constructed for repertory presentation.
Original Theatre Information:
The production was presented at the Sarasota Opera House, which is described below:
Width of proscenium: 36'-2"
Depth (PL to back wall): 29'-7"
Wing width SR: 81'-8"
# of line sets: 36
Depth (PL to last line): 29'-1"
Height of Proscenium: 22'-0"
Height of grid: 49'-0"
Depth of apron: 7'-0" @ CL
Wing Width SL: 7'-6"
Size of loading door: 8'W x 9'-8"H
Set Technical Information:
Minimum width: 36'-0"
Minimum depth: 35'-0"
Total # of line sets: 39
Line sets for scenery: 7
Line sets for electrics: 9
Line sets for masking: 10
Height of tallest drop: Typically 25' (One drop is 32' tall, designed to be tripped)
Tripping of drops permitted: Yes
Furthest upstage flying piece: 27'-3"
Weight of Heaviest flyer: 576 lbs
Dimensions of largest hard flying piece: 25' by 19'
Dimensions of largest soft piece: 48' by 25' or 32' by 32'
Props available with the show:
Hand Props: Included with scenery
Furniture: Included with scenery
Set props: Included with scenery
Weapons: Possible, please confirm
Projection/Special Effects Information:
Surtitle projections available: No
Special projections: N/A
Sarasota Opera: 2016
First set of Black Legs needs to be on traveler track, and move onstage to about 15' off center (Act IV Sc II)
Header in Act I and Temple door in Act III can be rigged to fly to speed up shifts.