TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park

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Location: Indianapolis, IN

Completed Date: June 2020

Project Type: Renovation

Application: Outdoor Amphitheater

Architect: Axis Architecture

Consultant: Theatre Projects Consultants

Construction Manager: Foster Contracting

The new permanent stage at the TCU White River State Park was part of a two-phase construction project that began back in 2018.  Phase one broke ground in 2018. Phase two, started and finished in 2020, focused on a permanent stage for the park, a concrete pad with 3,000 permanent seats, 40 additional restrooms (for a total of 100 permanent restrooms on site), as well as amenities for those who will perform on the new stage.

The 52 panel SkyDeck™ tension wire grid covers the entire performance area upstage of the proscenium arch and extends downstage past the proscenium, covering a small apron. The portion of the grid located downstage of the proscenium does not have handrails, so it features a lifeline system by Tractel™ located around the edge of the grid, preventing those working on that portion of the grid from falling off.

Read more about the project here. Check out the venue’s event calendar here.

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