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With 507-seats in the audience, this is SCR's largest performing space. The Segerstrom has a stage that extends out toward the audience (modified thrust stage).
This 336-seat space has an intimate feel, with a framed stage opening (proscenium).
SCR's smallest and most versatile space, this black box has 94 seats.
Theatre Drawings: Class Policies
THE YOUNG THEATRE
The 250-seat James D. Young Theatre is the major stage for dramatic productions presented by the Department of Theatre & Dance. This thrust-stage theatre is designed to bring the actors to the center of the space with seating on three sides, both on the floor level and in the balcony. This intimate space is designed to engage the audience and make the theatre-going experience more meaningful.
THE HALLBERG THEATRE
The 150-seat Hallberg Theatre is built in the black box tradition, and includes flexible seating from in the round to a more traditional formation. This space features experimental and rarely performed Theatre productions and also showcases new plays.
The 100-seat Arena Theatre (located down the hallway from the Little Theatre) is home to the Department of Theatre & Dance's Studio Series with performances in the Arena and Grand Central Theatres. The Arena Theatre also features student showcases.
GRAND CENTRAL THEATRE
The 85-seat Grand Central Theatre is located at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, CA. This space hosts the Department of Theatre & Dance's Studio Series with performances in the Arena and Grand Central Theatres.
The Grand Central Theatre is also home to the resident theatre ensemble, The Wayward Artist,
The 200-seat recital hall presents more intimate music performances including chamber music and recitals. The Recital Hall is also used for the School of Music opera productions.
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