Overture Center - Madison, Wisconsin
The Overture Center is Madison’s new $205 million performing arts center, home to the Capitol and other theaters plus the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.
The 1,000-seat Capitol Theater, opened in November 2005, is a complete renovation of downtown Madison’s 1928 movie palace. It now houses the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, the CTM Family Theater Company, and traveling shows including Broadway, dance, music, comedy and children’s programming.
Lewis Sound & Video installed an all-new sound system which includes:
Lewis Sound also installed a building-wide paging, music and CCTV system which allows staff to send pages throughout the facility and audio and video from the various theaters into other theaters, production areas, dressing rooms, green rooms and administrative offices. The hub of this system is a communications rack room located above the Playhouse.
The Capitol from the upper balcony. Left, right and center speaker clusters are behind curtains.
An older mixing board from the original theater, integrated into the new system by Lewis Sound.
The theater from the stage. The production booth is in the center rear of the main floor.
The right speaker cluster, behind a curtain above the old movie palace's restored pipe organ.
We installed sound and CCTV systems in this new lobby, once the back of the old main floor seating.
The communications rack room. Touchpanel simplifies routing of signals throughout the facility.
The amplifier room with racks installed by Lewis Sound.
The renovated Capitol Theater, with a new sound system from Lewis Sound & Video.
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