Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at Maryland

1/30/15 - 1/31/15
2/13/15 - 2/21/15

The Lost World

At the Kogod Theatre.
2/27/15

Tigran Hamasyan

At the Kogod Theatre.
2/28/15

Black Theatre Symposium

Theater professionals, scholars, and students will discuss the issues facing black theater with panel discussions and workshops. Seret Scott will also present her one-woman play, "Artistic Housing." Continental breakfast, lunch and ticket to see The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies' "Good Kids" included.
3/7/15

The Westerlies

At the Gildenhorn Recital Hall.
2/27/15 - 3/7/15

Good Kids

At the Kay Theatre.
3/28/15

Universes: Party People Salon

At the Kogod Theatre.
3/27/15 - 3/28/15

Wake Up!

At the Dance Theatre.
4/26/15

The Nile Project

At the Dekelboum Concert Hall.
5/9/15

Annual Pops Concert

At the Dekelboum Concert Hall.
5/2/15 - 5/9/15

The Human Capacity

At the Kogod Theatre.
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Editorial Review

Professional and student performances in all branches of the performing arts have been brought under one roof in a new center named for Virginia painter (and University of Maryland alumna) Clarice Smith.

The six performance halls are: the 1,100-seat Concert Hall, with a single balcony, box and chorister seating; the Ina and Jack Kay Theatre, seating 650 before a proscenium stage; the Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Recital Hall, seating 300 on one level; the Robert and Arlene Kogod Studio Theatre, which seats 200; a 200-seat dance theater; and the Laboratory Theatre, a 100-seat, black-box facility.

The center houses the school of music, the department of theatre and the department of dance with their classrooms, rehearsal halls and library. As a result, it is a busy place during the day as well as in the evening.

The well-regarded production company of the University of Maryland will be housed here instead of the old Tawes Theatre .

The university's performance series will bring 50 events to the center each year.

-- Brad Hathaway