University Lab Theatre
The Lab Theatre, completed in June 1996, continues to entertain the public with smaller productions, performances in oral interpretation, workshops, and seminars.The Lab Theatre not only presents delightful performances open to the Public, but also provides highly effective classroom space for theatre students.
Purposes & Goals of the Lab Theatre
The Lab Theatre offers an alternative theatre venue to the Withycombe Main Stage. Productions in the Lab are primarily student-oriented, designed so that participants gain experience in the practical aspects of production and offer a forum for artistic expression.
Experimentation in new forms and methods of dramatic production, as well as discovery of the intricacies of more traditional approches, is encouraged.
Rules & Regulations
Season Productions that are in the Lab Theatre will have tickets available at the main theatre box office Wednesday through Friday during the run of the production between the hours of 12:00PM and 5:00PM and 45 minutes prior to each performance in the Lab Theatre box office.
With the exception of season productions, tickets for all publicly advertised performances in the Lab Theatre will be issued strictly on a first come, first serve basis, with sales commencing 45 minutes before each performance.
For all productions Lab Theatre seating is festival-style only. There are no reserved seats available, only reserved dates (for season productions). Evening performances will begin at 7:30PM, and matinee performances at 2:00PM.
Late arrivals will not be steated for Lab productions. Due to state fire regulations, audience members may be seated only in the fixed seating provided. Standing viewers will not be allowed.
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