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    Theatre & Dance Facilities

    The department of Theatre and Dance is fortunate to have three professional-level performance spaces on campus.

    While Hamline's Theatrical Facilities are purposed to be used by students, certain spaces are available for rental when not in use by a Hamline group or performance.

    Anne Simley Theatre

    Located in the Drew Fine Arts building, the Anne Simley Theatre is the primary performance space on campus and is used for student shows as well as dance concerts, theatre events, and public lectures and conferences.

    TV Studio

    The TV Studio is located in the basement of Bush Library and is a small production facility that is used to support a series of student produced shows, to develop instructional videos, and as a teaching space for theatre and broadcast journalism courses.

    Studio 67

    Studio 67, located in Drew Hall, is a small black-box performance space that supports one-act productions, dance and acting rehearsals, and directing scenes.

  • Rental Options

    The Anne Simley Theatre and Studio 67 are both available for rental when they are not being used by the university's students.

    For rental inquiries, please contact Classroom and Space Management at 651-523-2474 or ces@hamline.edu

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    Meet Hamline's Theatre & Dance professors, each contributing to Hamline's theatrical legacy.

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    Photo Archive

    Browse through the Theatre's online photo archive, featuring shows that date back to 1931.

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  • Theatre & Dance

    Sep. 7
    5 - 6 p.m.

    Come explore what the department of Theatre and Dance has to offer while enjoying a casual picnic with faculty members and current theatre and dance students.

    Sep. 9
    7:30 - 9 p.m.

    Join the Department of Theatre & Dance on September 9th at 7:30pm for our first Shakespeare on the Lawn event, featuring current student and alumni performances.