Atwood Concert Hall

Technical Information

Floor Plans




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Fred Sager

Production Manager: Atwood Concert Hall

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Contact Fred SagerPhone: 263-2945
Contact Fred SagerFax: 263-2927

Acoustically sensitive and dramatically designed, the largest venue in the Alaska Center is the Evangeline Atwood Concert Hall. It seats over 2,000 and features a large stage (120' wide by 52' deep with a proscenium opening that is 57' wide and 35' high) as well as state-of-the-art equipment such as a Meyers Sound System. It showcases symphonic, chamber and popular music presentations as well as dance and Broadway musicals. The star burst ceiling in the auditorium of the Atwood Concert Hall, radiating out from the proscenium arch in reds, gold and greens, stunningly captures the effect of an aurora borealis.

Evangeline Atwood was a noted historian, author of several books and Anchorage’s most famous hostess. She and her husband Robert Atwood (owner of the Times and champion of Alaska statehood) arrived in Alaska in 1935.

The Atwood Concert Hall seats approximately 2,000 and consists of three levels (orchestra, mezzanine and balcony). A horseshoe-shaped parterre surrounds the center floor section of the orchestra.


Technical Information | Atwood Concert Hall

Production Policies

The statistics and information contained in the documents listed are supplied to provide comprehensive technical information about the Alaska Center's theatres, technical requirements, available equipment, policies and more. Please note that any dimensions critical to your production should be checked on site, prior to the event. If you have questions or need more information regarding these documents, please call the Production Manager assigned to the theatre where your production is scheduled to take place.

Additional Security

Backstage Policies

Chaperone Policy

Client Internet Service

Crew Minimums

Equipment Rental Sheet

Inventory Policy

Painting Policy

Piano Rental Policy

Preproduction Form

Repertory Plot

Stage manager Rules and Regulations

Stagehand Course Curriculum

Stagehand Qualifications

Technical Rider and Schedule Notice

Audio Information

Audio Description

Audio Inventory

Audio Restore

Front of House Effects Rack

Stage Monitor System

Fly Information

Fly Description

Fly Restore

Lighting System

Lighting Inventory

Lighting Restore

Venue Specifications | Stage Details

Stage Specifications

Lobby Details

Orchestra Shell & Risers Staging Dimensions

Stage & Electrics Restore

Video System

Venue Specifications | Dressing Rooms

Dressing Rooms Information

Dressing Rooms Upstairs

Dressing Rooms Downstairs

Floor Plans | Atwood Concert Hall


2100 Seat Circuit Layout Tabloid Size

2100 Seat Ground Plan Tabloid Size

CAD Drawing of Atwood Concert Hall

Seating Map

Evacuation Route Map

Technical Info

Theatre Photos | Atwood Concert Hall


Upcoming Events | Atwood Concert Hall

Peter PanPeter PanMore Info

Presented by Anchorage Concert Association
Tuesday, April 26, 2016 to Sunday, May 1, 2016

Scrap Arts MusicScrap Arts MusicMore Info

Presented by Alaska Junior Theater
Friday, May 6, 2016

ADT Student Showcase: Tarzan!ADT Student Showcase: Tarzan!More Info

Presented by Alaska Dance Theatre
Saturday, May 14, 2016

Béla Fleck and Abigail WashburnBéla Fleck and Abigail WashburnMore Info

Presented by Anchorage Concert Association
Monday, May 16, 2016

Anchorage Classical Ballet Academy - Spring Recital 2016Anchorage Classical Ballet Academy - Spring Recital 2016More Info

Presented by Anchorage Ballet
Thursday, May 19, 2016

Spring CelebrationSpring CelebrationMore Info

Presented by Anchorage Ballet
Friday, May 20, 2016 to Saturday, May 21, 2016

Matsuri: Summer Solstice Taiko ConcertMatsuri: Summer Solstice Taiko ConcertMore Info

Presented by Tomodachi Daiko
Tuesday, June 21, 2016


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