Thanks guys for the compliments.
The angling out was pure cosmetics on my part, It is more noticeable in person than in the Photos. I plan on migrating to 2:35 AT (SMX) in the future so I am not certain that design element will survive.
As for the Marquee over the stage:
the rounded piece was actually a double layer of PVC wood composite which bends pretty easy. The long straight pieces were the finger joined pine. The rest was ripped 2x4's The thing is 2 inches thick. Stuffed with 2 layers of Linacoustic, wrapped in black GOM. It's mounted to the ceiling with 2 screws (through the uprights in the back) and 2 tubes of Lock-tite adhesive (the stuff in the commercial where the guy glues the hammer to the ceiling)
One other little detail, I put a couple of cross pieces of black Gaffers tape (and stapled) across the big sections to keep the linacoustic from sagging the GOM.
here are some construction pics of the details.
details on that Finger joined stuff:
Measure twice cut both sides at once, my template:
I practiced lifting into place 4 times before I did it for real. I temporally screwed 2 pieces of wood to the side walls to hold the back straight edge. I cut 6 2x4's the exact length to wedge between the floor and the marquee while the glue dried. I wrapped the ends with scrap GOM to protect the GOM on the marquee. I also had a can of Acetone and some clean rags on standby in case I got any glue on areas That I didn't want. And I did, and it cleaned it off. I did have to touch up the paint because it came off too. But the glue on the black GOM came off cleanly.