The Frederick Loewe Theatre
The Frederick Loewe Theatre is a 50' x 54' black box performance space where most of the Theatre Department's productions are rehearsed, built, and staged. Located on the first floor of the landmark building named for Thomas Hunter, it was beautifully renovated in 1998 and is extremely flexible and intimate.
The Goldberg Studio is a 50-seat flexible space formed by joining two of the department's acting studios. Most student-generated acting and directing projects take place here, as do occasional faculty-directed productions. The Goldberg Studio is located at 537 Hunter North.
The Goldberg Studio is available for reservation for currently-enrolled theatre students only. Please visit the theatre office (HN 522) to make a reservation. There is a $20 key deposit for all rentals.
Gruber Rehearsal Space (HN-M016)
The Gruber Rehearsal Space is used as a classroom, rehearsal space, and a venue for student directed projects. The Gruber Rehearsal Space is located in the basement between Thomas Hunter Hall and Hunter North.
To get there go to the basement of Thomas Hunter Hall in the area by the elevators. Turn AWAY from the ceramics studio, and walk through the doorway.
The Gruber Rehearsal Space is available for reservation for currently-enrolled theatre students only. Please visit the theatre office (HN 522) to make a reservation. There is a $20 key deposit for all rentals.
The Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse is a 624-seat proscenium theatre renovated in 1993 and located on the ground floor of the North Building. It is used by the department every other spring semester, offering students the chance to experience production in a professional setting.
More information about the Kaye Playhouse and a full schedule of events can be found at: http://kayeplayhouse.hunter.cuny.edu
Lang Recital Hall
The Ida K. Lang Recital Hall is a 148-seat concert space with superb acoustics, designed by the architectural firm Abramowitz Kingsland Schiff and inaugurated in the spring of 1995. Used principally by the Department of Music for its music events, it also accommodates Theatre Department readings, lectures, symposia and performances requiring no wing space or stage depth. The Lang is located at 424 Hunter North and its schedule is managed by the Performing Arts Office.