Main Lobby

The Main Lobby features a fully functional box office. There is one main entrance from the lobby into the auditorium and three outside entrances and exits.

 

Auditorium

The Lindley Center features a 600 seat house (seven wheelchair compatible spaces and an electric elevator that allows wheelchairs stage access). The back of the auditorium includes a spacious upper-level control booth suite that overlooks the entire auditorium and stage. 

TECHNICAL ASPECTS

Leviton Innovator 48/96 Control Console with handheld remote

2 overhead electrics with 19 circuits each
1 overhead electric with 15 circuits for cyclorama lights

FOH catwalk with 8 circuits

2 Lycian Midget HP Follow Spots

7 circuits for House Lights

9 upstage circuits

5 downstage circuits

 

Yamaha LS9-32 digital mixing system

2 overhead main speakers

2 monitor speakers available for use

12 wireless receivers

12 hotwired microphones

8-station wireless intercom system

 

Proscenium opening - 44 ft.

Depth from stage apron - 20 ft.

Wing space - 15 ft. SR & SL

 

20 batten fly system consisting of: 
3 sets of legs
4 borders
1 traveler

1 cyclorama
1 grand drape
1 grand teaser

3 motorized electrics (stage lighting)

5 scenery battens

1 movie screen

Lighting System



Sound System​



 

​Stage Dimensions

 

Stage Rigging

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PATRICIA LINDLEY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Location (Wellington Schools Entrance) North Main/St Rte 58

627 North Main Street            P.O. Box 123

Wellington, Ohio 44090          Wellington, Ohio 44090

 

Box Office/General Inquiries/Rental Information:

440-647-5005

 

Dottie Cianciola

Theater Director

dcianciola@wellington.k12.oh.us

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"We carry within us the wonders we seek around us."                                                                             Sir Thomas BrownE

Patricia Jeanne Lindley was a beautiful and charismatic person who lived her life with passion and who expressed her love for her community through service to others. Having arrived in Wellington to work at the Herrick Memorial Library in 1974, Pat developed a life long love for the small town in Southern Lorain County.

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