The ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance features three distinct performance venues of varying styles and sizes, designed to meet the college’s unique performance and programming.
The MainStage is a “courtyard” type proscenium theatre large enough to attract touring artists yet its design provides an intimate setting for college-based rehearsals and productions. The MainStage is the primary performance space for the dance department’s student ensembles.
The CenterStage is the “work-horse” of the theatre department – a 150-seat flexible flat floor studio theatre with a strong point-of-view. The space includes moveable balconies, a lift, and giant sliding doors that open onto a lobby.
The Adams Memorial Theater is an intimate 220-seat thrust-type theater that is used for a wide variety of events including music, dance, theatre and public forums.
The ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance was designed by William Rawn Associates.