McGlohon theater seats 700 people and is a very intimate setting for a performance. Again, there is no bad seat in the place and given the right crew, the sound is phenomenal. A former church, the stained glass windows give a real down home and comfortable vibe to this venue. A full service bar with snacks is available, but a pre/post performance meal is in order.
From a phhotographers perspective, the only downside (this is only for the photographer) is that getting back stage quickly is to the right of the stage and canont be performed incognito. When I do go back stage, I make sure it is in between songs as I never want to take the attention from the performance.