Parkview Theatre Crest

Teaching Character through Performance

Virtual Tour



Click Here for a printable informative theatre flyer.

This is a look into the Box Office window.

There are on average about 300 tickets sold per show through this window and through our on-line box office.

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This is looking out the Box Office window. The yellow hanger is for the fall and spring musicals tickets.

The blue hanger is for the winter play tickets that shows just how many fewer seats there are.

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The Giants of the Fine Arts Wall of Fame, the lobby has all the winners of the Giants awards for the past six years. There are also props and costumes from our theatre's performance history.

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Our 690-seat house, this is as you enter the theatre from the lobby.

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The stage proscenium arch (the stage opening) is 48 feet wide by 18 feet tall.

The stage is 32 feet deep and it is four feet above the pit floor.

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Three sections of seating and four isles for easy ins and outs.

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Props cabinet (the tall cabinet), curtain storage (the laundry cart), and caster storage, this is the exit off the stage left from the wings.

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Dressing rooms, Mens' and Womens' look the same, mirrors, and lights look like real dressing rooms, thank you theatre boosters.

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The location which we attempt to store our properties (furniture and other hand props) is very messy. This is also a shot down the hallway into the theatre classroom.

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Looking back at the door into the prop deck. As you can see there are two floors. Very hard to keep clean!!

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Second floor of the prop deck if you look really close you will see names of old props masters long graduated.

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Looking at cwhat you see coming up the ladder to the second floor. Chairs and misc. things. Yes, those are airplane seats!!

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Coming up the stairs from the props storage hallway you will enter the theatre classroom. Newly renovated to match the rest of the new school.

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Another angle of the new classroom from behind the teachers desk.

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With new teaching tools, the theatre classroom is equipped with its own small iMac lab for computer based drafting and design.

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Heading out the door you enter the hallway toward the restrooms where we have a library of theatre books including plays, musicals, and scrapbooks of old PHS theatre years.

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Looking back down the bookcase hallway.

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Walking past the dressing rooms you will enter the theatre scene shop. This is probably the cleanest that it has been in many years.

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Coming in the shop door you see our metal fabrication area equipped with metal chop saw, drill press, and MIG Welder.

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As of 2009 the new built tool cage. We mainly use DeWalt tools with a spattering of other manufacturers.

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A close-up of the tool cage. We are serious about building at PHS.

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The arsenal of yellow and black screw-guns

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The wood fabrication area with our newly created miter saw rack welded by Parkview students. Theatre students build and create large theatrical sets using power and pneumatic tools, find the dark side link to see an “Annie or Anything Goes” sets that demonstrates this.

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Two power cord drop downs for easy use and plenty of power sockets (thanks again to the Booster Club)

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Storage is a premium at Parkview and we will use every location for it. This is a stairwell up to the stage manager's control booth, we store lighting and rigging equipment here.

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The upstairs hallway to the SM booth, costume lab, and costume storage.

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Stage Manager's Control Booth.

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Stage Manager's Control Booth.

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Part of the costume lab area.

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The only costume storage (affectionately called the "stume").

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