Pavilion Theatre on Penn State's University Park campus

The Pavilion Theatre, built in 1915, is a key venue for the Penn State School of Theatre. Designed by architects Frank Miles Day and Charles Z. Klauder, it originally served as a livestock judging arena. Today it is a 222-seat flexible arena/thrust performance space featuring a 288-dimmer-per-circuit lighting system, a state-of-the-art sound system, and a stage-sized studio directly under the stage, used for rehearsal and classwork.

HEART Symposium

The Pavilion Theatre was the perfect venue to host Arts and Design Research Incubator's HEART Symposium, which explored the junction of Health and art.