The Gelsey Kirkland Academy studios are located at GK Arts Center in DUMBO, Brooklyn on the corner of Jay Street and Plymouth. The facility consists of brand new column-free studios, men’s and ladies’ dressing rooms and the Academy administrative offices. All studios are equipped with state of the art sprung Marley flooring, ballet barres, mirrors, piano and AV equipment.
We have four studios and one theater/studio. Their measurements are as follows:
Studio 1: 37′ x 50′ (2,210sq ft)
Studio 2: 33′ x 48′ (1,865sq ft)
Studio 3: 38′ x 52′ (2,053sq ft)
Studio 4: 32′ x 52′ (2,053sq ft)
Theater/Studio: 45′ x 50′ (1,983sq ft)
300+ seat theater boasts sprung floors, a rep plot and a stage that is 38’w x 45’d.
Available on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
Standard configuration – 304 capacity – standard (274 optional)
Seating: 304 on tiered risers
Dance: State of the art Harlequin floor covered in black Marley
Theater: Black ¾” plywood laid under Harlequin floor
Concerts: Raised stage 1 meter high (optional)
Adjustable 38’-0” with 6’-0” wing space stage right and left
Can be masked down to:
36’-0″ with 7’-0” wing space stage right and left
47ft – 70 ft
Stage height to grid
Deck to roof
Black legs and borders create 5 wings stage right and left
Upstage is white translucent cyc to be backlit
Black Sharktooth scrim
Full black traveler immediately downstage of cyc
Backstage area (optional):
Option to have a 35’-0” backstage area
Dressing Rooms w/Makeup Tables & Mirrors
Temporary Production Offices
See attached instruments and rep plot consisting of 120 instruments
Flown EAW 2 way speakers Right and Left above Proscenium
EAW Subs on the floor with EAW 2 way speakers
Flown EAW 2 way speakers in wings 2 and 4
Clear-Com System throughout
Assortment of Microphones, Microphone Stands
Yamaha LS-9 Console with F/X rack, playback options in lighting/sound booth
At back of house, top of risers, there is a control booth approximately 8’-6” deep x 12’-0” wide.
This is the location for the lighting and sound consoles, as well as a stage management position.
Currently the front of the booth is open to the audience.