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College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance / Performance Spaces

Performance Spaces

The Florida State University College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance offers a diverse selection of theatres and performance spaces.

On FSU Main Campus

 

Richard G. Fallon Theatre

The Richard G. Fallon Theatre is the School of Theatre’s largest performance space with seating for over 490. This traditional proscenium theatre was named for Dean Emeritus Richard G. Fallon.

Located in the Fine Arts Building - Corner of Call and Copeland Streets.

Richard G. Fallon Theatre

 

The Lab Theatre

The Lab Theatre is a three-quarters thrust stage with a seating capacity for 150 theatre patrons. Established in 1987 as a performing venue for the School of Theatre, the Lab Theatre provides a truly unique and intimate theatre experience.

Located on Copeland Street between St. Augustine and Lafayette Streets.

The Lab Theatre

 

The Augusta Conradi Studio Theatre 

The Augusta Conradi Studio Theatre Studio Theatre is a 189-seat proscenium stage and is the oldest theatre located on campus. Established in 1931, the theatre is named for the wife of former FSU president Edward Conradi.

Located in the Williams Building – Near the intersection of Jefferson and Copeland Streets.

The Augusta Conradi Studio Theatre

 

Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre

The Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre is a fully equipped 380 seat proscenium theatre. The space is named in honor of Nancy Smith Fichter, Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor, who served as chairperson of the Department of Dance for 33 years.

Located in Montgomery Hall on FSU's main campus.

Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre

 

Black Box Studio/Theatre

The Black Box is a 64’ x 59’ foot space with Black velour and muslin drapery surrounds on traveler tracks for rehearsal and intimate performance.

Located in Montgomery Hall on FSU's main campus.

Black Box Studio/Theatre

 

In Sarasota, Florida

 

Historic Asolo Theater

An 18th-century treasure in a 21st-century venue, the Historic Asolo Theater is a work of art in its own right. The palace playhouse was created in Asolo, Italy in 1798 to honor the 15th-century exiled Queen Catherine Cornaro of Cyprus. In the late 1940s, the theater was dismantled and brought to the Ringling Estate in Sarasota.

Located in the John M. McKay Visitors Pavilion just inside the historic Cà d’Zan Gatehouse on the Ringling Museum estate in Sarasota, Florida.

HISTORIC ASOLO THEATER

 

Mertz Theatre

The Mertz is an elegant 500-seat facility originally built in 1903 as an opera house in Dunfermline, Scotland. This grand space is the primary theatre for the professional Asolo Rep acting company.

5555 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243

MERTZ THEATRE

 

Cook Theatre

A contemporary 161-seat venue designed to create an intimate relationship between the audience and actors. The Cook Theatre is the primary performance space for the FSU/Asolo Conservatory and small cast Asolo Rep shows.

5555 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL, 34243

Cook Theatre