Facilities

TCU is fortunate to have three different performance spaces in the same building, Ed Landreth Hall, in which we regularly produce shows, offering an exciting variety of production opportunities for students and audiences.

  • Classrooms and Studios

    Classrooms and Studios

    Theatre TCU features excellent classroom facilities, including two acting/dance studios, a design classroom with drafting tables, a Theatre computer lab, a script library, and smart classrooms with internet capabilities.

  • Costume Studio

    Costume Studio

    Theatre TCU’s new Costume Studio was opened in 2011, and is located on campus at 2900A W. Berry Street. It features an extensive stock of sewing machines and construction supplies, two buildings of adjacent costume storage, patterns, crafts, laundry and… Read more »

  • Jerita Foley Buschman Theatre

    Jerita Foley Buschman Theatre

    This intimate, 175-seat proscenium theatre opened when Ed Landreth Hall was first opened in 1949.  Originally named The Little Theatre, its name was changed to University Theatre in 1965, and then in 2005, the space was renovated, updated and renamed… Read more »

  • Marlene and Spencer Hays Theatre

    Marlene and Spencer Hays Theatre

    The Marlene and Spencer Hays Theatre is a beautiful and flexible 177-seat thrust theatre located in the Mary D. and Howard F. Walsh Performing Arts Center, an addition on the south and west sides to Ed Landreth Hall. The Hays… Read more »

  • Scenic Studio

    Scenic Studio

    Theatre TCU’s Scenic Studio was opened in 1998 and renovated in 2013. It features more than 2,800 square feet of space including a 20’ x 45’ counterweighted paint frame for the painting of full stage drops, a spray booth for… Read more »

  • Studio Theatre

    Studio Theatre

    Theatre TCU’s black box theatre space, the Studio Theatre, is located on the upstage half of the large proscenium stage in the Jerita Foley Buschman Theatre. The addition of trusses for lighting positions and a booth make the Studio Theatre… Read more »