The Warren Enters Theatre, a 400-seat proscenium theater, is the primary performance space for the department's mainstage productions. The theater includes a counterweight system, control booth, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment. Fully equipped scene and costume shops, dressing rooms, and rehearsal studio are located nearby.
The Flexible Theatre in the Donald Savage Theater and Communication Building doubles as a studio space for acting classes and a "black box" theater. This space is used for informal department events, as well mainstage productions requiring the flexibility and intimacy of a smaller space. Students have the opportunity to explore a variety of performance experiences from staged readings to improvisational games in this space.
<p>The Dance Studio is equipped with a sprung floor, mirrors, and permanent and portable barres. An upright piano, conga drums, and audio equipment are available for accompaniment. An annual spring dance concert is performed in the Warren Enters Theatre.</p>
The 856-seat multi-purpose theater is an intimate venue for concerts, dance, lectures, films and more. The PAC hosts national touring artists, guests lectures, and performances from local theater and dance companies.
Located in the Burchfield Penney Art Center, the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Auditorium has seating for 156. The venue is used for concerts, readings, lectures, community programs, and theater performances.
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