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Pavilion Theatre

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.

Address

Corner of Curtin and Shortlidge Roads, University Park PA 16802

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Hours

By reservation.

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.