The Theatre Arts Building is part of the Center for the Arts, which includes 42,000 square feet of space for the art, art history, and theatre programs. The Theatre Arts Department facilities, which include the original 326-seat Glenn Wallichs Theater and 55-seat Student Black Box, also features the Frederick Loewe Theatre, a 50' x 50' laboratory performance space designed to support a variety of audience/performer relationships and more innovative, developmental, and experimental theatre works. The Theatre Arts Building also includes specially designed, technology-enhanced theatre classrooms, new faculty offices, and community space.
Proscenium style theatre - holding 326 seats for mainstage shows.
Blackbox Theatre - holding over 100 seats, interchangeable to fit each production or laboratory performance.
Small black box theatre named the "Rabbit Hole". Used for extracurricular performances, projects, performances, classes, rehearsals, and student work. Can be reserved as needed.
In addition to the following classrooms, this building also has:
Main classroom used for any performance style course: Acting Fundamentals, Acting Techiques, Voice & Movement, Directing, etc. Can also be used for rehearsals and can be reserved as needed.
Main classroom used for lecture style courses: Playwriting, Theatre Techniques, Theatre Management, Senior Seminar, etc.