Anne Simley Theatre

Performance, Production, and Community 

Anne Simley Theatre

Built in 1983, the Anne Simley Theatre, a 289-seat proscenium theatre, is located in the Drew Fine Arts complex. This is the primary performance space on campus and is used for student shows, dance concerts, theatre events, as well as public lectures and conferences.

Most of the theatrical performances at Hamline occur in the Anne Simley Theatre, including the performance of Until Someone Wakes Up during Hamline's new student orientation, Piper Passages by the group Making Waves, as well as a wealth of plays and musicals put on by the department each year—the Anne Simley Theatre is in constant use.

Rental options

The Anne Simley Theatre and Studio 67 are both available for rental when the university's students are not using them.

For rental inquiries, please contact Conference and Event Management.