The stage was originally an engineering shop for torpedo maintenance, used by the Swedish Navy. The walls of the performing area are white stonewalls. There are 14 large windows in the room. The windows can be covered with white hatches. The walls of the performing area can be covered with black Molton curtains.The ceiling is painted black with a grid for light and sound et cetera. There are two large I-beams crossing the ceiling. One is in the middle of the stage area from front to back, and one is directly over the first row. The stage area is covered with a vinyl floor. There is an option between white or black vinyl.
There are two connected dressing rooms for 10 people, located very close to the stage. The dressing rooms are equipped with dressing tables with mirrors and clothes hangers, iron and iron board.There are 2 showers, 2 WC, a small kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave oven and kitchen supplies. There is an also a washing machine available.
Studio 1 is used both as a rehearsal room and as an stage. The room has white stonewalls, vaulted ceiling and the floor is wood parquet. The studio has both black and white vinylfloor, and the vinyl covers the entire floor. There is 4 lenghtwise aluminium pipes in the ceiling that makes it possible to suspend lights, speakers or props in the ceiling (it is not possible to suspend heavy weight or personnel lifting from the pipes). Always contact MDT technician before you start rigging.The vaulted ceiling is also covered with white square acoustic tiles.
There are two entrances to the studio. One is in connection with the stairwell and the other is adjacent to Studio 2. Both are emergency exits and must not be blocked. Both doors have standard dimensions. Audience entrance, in and unloading takes place through the door to the stairwell.
Studio 1 has no windows. One of the short ends is a wooden panel with electricity and ventilation shaft. Ventilation can be increased if needed. The wooden panel also has a smoke detector that can be turned off if an fog machine is used.
Studio 2 is slightly smaller then Studio 1 and have a small booth in one of the corners. It is remaining from the days when the house was used as Torpedo workshop. Otherwise the room is simulare with Studio 1. There are four pipes for lights and acoustic tiles in the ceiling. Studio 2 has a small toilet and shower next to the stairwell and there is also an extra shower room if necessary.