The School of Music, Theatre & Dance is located in state-of-the-art facilities on North Campus, including the Earl V. Moore Building, the Walgreen Drama Center, the new Dance Building, and the James and Anne Duderstadt Center. The University is home to a wealth of beloved performance spaces, including the celebrated Hill Auditorium, the intimate Arthur Miller Theatre, and the historic Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, along with many others within our main buildings – as well as two carillons – providing performers and audiences alike with a variety of venues for performances of every iteration.


Flower beds outside the brick Moore Building; with the large glass entry doors to the Brehm Pavilion.

Earl V. Moore Building

Revelli Hall

The multi-story exterior of Walgreen Drama Center glad in green-tinted glass; Lurie Tower in the far right distance.

Walgreen Drama Center

Stearns Building

Dance Building

Lurie Carillon Tower

Burton Memorial Tower

Duderstadt Media Center

Large Performance Venues

Lit Hill Auditorium stage with organ pipes at back wall and parabolic ceiling rising above

Hill Auditorium

Power Center for the Performing Arts

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

A semi-circular stage is surrounded by slightly sloped isles and plush theater seating

Rackham Auditorium

Small Performance Venues

Arthur Miller set theatre All My Sons AMT

Arthur Miller Theatre

Stamps Auditorium

Britton Recital Hall

McIntosh Theatre

Blanche Anderson Moore Hall

Watkins Lecture Hall

Chip Davis Technology Studio

Two rows of seating overlook a studio with tall windows partially covered by white curtains.

Dance Performance Studio Theatre

Facilities Rental Information

The following venues are available for rental. Please visit each venue’s page for rental information and policies.

Inclusive Spaces

These resources can help with locating and accessing inclusive spaces that support a welcoming and comfortable environment for all.

Contact Us

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