About the Production Team
The Wang AV and Production staff consists of a full-time production manager, on-call professional technicians, and well-trained student assistants. Our technicians are extremely personable, friendly and ready to assist you with your needs here at the Wang Center.
Adam Shubert, the production manager for the Wang Center has received a bachelor’s degree in Audio Production from Webster University in St. Louis. Adam has over 15 years of experience in providing technical support for events. He has worked all over the country for a variety of events including music festivals, national corporate meetings, Broadway shows, and events for the President of the United States. Adam has also spent several years as the head sound and light technician onboard the world’s largest cruise ships and worked with people from all around the world. After moving to Long Island, Adam has provided audio-visual and production support at the Beacon Theater, Nassau Coliseum, Barclay’s Center, Crest Hollow Country Club, Gateway Playhouse, Patchogue Theatre, and various hotel ballrooms in New York City.
We look forward to working with you to execute a successful event here at the Wang Center!
AV Specs by Room at the Wang Center
The Wang Theater stage is 25’ wide by 25’ deep. There are legs hung on both sides of the stage to mask the backstage areas. Batons over the stage are fixed and cannot move. Scenery may be dead hung in several locations. There is a main curtain that can be used that is 2 feet from the plaster line.
The theater includes a Panasonic PT-RZ12K 12,000 lumens High-Definition DLP Laser Projector. The theater has a 14’ wide by 8’ tall projection screen flown over the stage and above the presenters on stage to ensure optimal lines of sight. A larger 24’ wide screen that fills the entire stage opening is also available for showing videos when appropriate.
The theater is equipped with a sound system that is appropriate for the space. Speakers are flown above the proscenium and utilizes a 32 channel Midas Verona sound console. There are 4 wireless microphones readily available and 16 wired microphone inputs from the stage that can be used. Audio monitors are on the stage for performances or to ensure questions from the audience can be heard on stage.
The theater also has a full lighting plot. The repertory plot that is standard in the theater contains approximately 90 lighting fixtures and over 100 dimmers with various purposes and colors. The lighting system is controlled by an ETC Expression and is capable of two DMX universes.