Facilities Use Information

Use of the Auditorium, as well as other facilities at Battlefield High School, are subject to the provisions of the Building Use Policy.

Auditorium Policy

The Battlefield Auditorium is a performing arts facility and should be afforded the corresponding respect due such a venue.

There is absolutely no food or drink permitted in the Battlefield Auditorium at any time, for any reason. This includes students, faculty,staff, guests, and patrons, both during and outside of the school day.There are no exceptions.

Electronic devices must be powered off or silenced during all performance and rehearsal activities. Please note that many vibrate functions are just as disruptive, if not more so, than ring tones.


diagram of Battlefield Auditorium layout

Center House

Center House seats appear in purple on the diagram above. Center seating in the house seats 655, including the six wheelchair partner seats behind the rail at the back of the house. (These are colored dark blue on the diagram above.) There are four accessibility seats (R25, O31,K32, and D29) on the aisle, House Left side, that feature fold-up armrests for easy transfer from wheelchairs or easy seating from walkers or other upright positions. Accessibility seating is light blue in the diagram above. Center house seats feature fold-out writing surfaces.

Side House

Side House seats appear in pink on the diagram above. Side seating in the house seats another 254. Side seating is inward-angled to face the stage. (The diagram above does not show this to make identifying rows easier.) There are six accessibility seats (Q8, N8, L9, J9, H9, and F8)on the aisle, House Right side, that feature fold-up armrests for easy transfer from wheelchairs or easy seating from walkers or other upright positions. Accessibility seating is light blue in the diagram above.

Lecture One

Lecture One seats appear in green on the diagram above. Lecture One seats 61, and is a self-contained area with a steep rake ("stadium seating") and no ramp access. There is a rail at the front of Lecture One, though this does not block the view to the stage. Lecture One does feature redundant speakers for audio amplification. Lecture One can be closed off from the rest of the auditorium with a set of folding doors.(Contact security for more information.) Lecture seating features fold-out writing surfaces.

Lecture Two

Lecture Two seats appear in gold on the diagram above. Lecture Two seats58, and is a self-contained area with a steep rake ("stadium seating")and no ramp access. There is a rail at the front of Lecture Two, though this does not block the view to the stage. Lecture Two does feature redundant speakers for audio amplification. Lecture Two can be closed off from the rest of the auditorium with a set of folding doors.(Contact security for more information.) Lecture seating features fold-out writing surfaces. Access to the Light and Sound Control booth is adjacent to seat V2. The Light and Sound Control Booth access stairway is permanently lit with security lighting.

Overflow Seating / Standing Room

A maximum of two additional rows of regular classroom chairs may be placed in front of each Lecture hall with fourteen (14) chairs in each row, providing 28 chairs over overflow seating in front of each Lecture hall. This totals 52 additional seats. For safety and fire code compliance, no more than 52 additional chairs may be added.

Absolutely no chairs, stools, carts, or other apparatus may be placed in either aisle or in front of the exits at the front of the auditorium.Additional seats cannot be placed in the floor spaces at the front of the auditorium or in front of the exits.