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Directions to our theatres:

The Arts Complex includes the Performing Arts building (below left) which holds the Studio One theatre. The front entrance to the University Theatre is at the top of the hill. On the first floor of this building is the Studio Two Theatre.
Performing Arts Theatres

From Interstate 95

  • Travelling east on Glades Road, continue past the main campus entrance that is on 10th avenue. 
  • Turn left into the secondary campus entrance at NW 13th Avenue, where there is a traffic light (once in the campus, it will be called E. University Drive).
  • Make the second left onto Arts Avenue
  • Continue along Arts Avenue to the parking garage on your left side, or the parking lot on your right. You may park in either free-of-charge one hour before, during, and one hour after Theatre and Dance productions.
  • It is a short walk (past the pond) to the theatres and shuttle service via golf carts or shuttles is provided.
From Federal Highway
  • Travelling west on Glades Road, prepare to make a right turn after 1.6 miles, onto NW 13th Avenue, where there is a traffic light (once in the campus, it will be called E. University Drive).
  • Make the second left onto Arts Avenue
  • Continue along Arts Avenue to the parking garage on your left side, or the parking lot on your right.
  • It is a short walk (past the pond) to the theatres and shuttle service via golf carts is provided.

Parking Information

Free parking is available for Theatre and Dance Production patrons only, one hour before, during, and one hour after our plays and dance performances. You may park in Lot 1 or Lot 25 (Blue Parking) or on the first floor of Parking Garage II (2), all accessible off of Arts Avenue (for a parking lot map, click here ). Please do not park in front of the Living Room Theaters during Theatre and Dance Department plays or dance performances. In the event that a sports event is taking place at the time of your play, please inform the parking attendant that you are not attending the game, but are visiting the Performing Arts complex instead.

If there is a disabled person in your party, it may be advisable to drop him or her off at the entrance to the theatre and then go to park. A shuttle will be available for transport in between the lots and theatres, but there may be a short waiting time in which you will have to stand.


Dress code

Since we are a teaching theatre, we like to encourage our students that the Theatre is an intellectual and cultural experience, and our dress should reflect that environment. However, there is no official dress code. It would be advisable to wear something comfortable for sitting in for a while, as well a sweater, since the Theatre space can be hot or cold depending on several uncontrollable variables, such as the number of people in attendance, and the lights which go on and off at different points in the play.

 

 Last Modified 9/29/14