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The Cline Auditorium is a typical college meet-up place for students, lecturers and the like. It is known to host several local events ranging from college meets, seminars, film screenings to general discussions and other events. It provides just the right venue for student and their faculty gatherings. For more details, check website or call ahead.
Majority of NAU's 'Main Stage' shows are held in NAU's Clifford White Theater. Musicals and plays of renowned artistes have taken place here, like the musical by legendary blues singer Ethel Waters. There is also a studio theater where 'Second Stage' shows are held. A costume shop, design lab and script library are in close vicinity. Parking is available at the university campus. The University curriculum in Theater Studies, Theater Education, Technology and Design and Performance is nationally respected.
There is a lot of cultural events that take place at the Studio Theater located on the NAU campus. You can sit down and watch some comic, romantic or a thriller play. The theater also showcases concerts that sound good in the acoustic setting. You can enjoy some of the best quality second stage productions exhibited by theater geniuses. The conservatory setting reveals the raw talent of students and established artists who generate sophisticated performances. Call ahead for any further details.
With an intimate seating arrangement for 1,330, the Ardrey Auditorium is one of the best places to catch some culture in Northern Arizona, where no seat is a bad one. Whether it's dance, opera, orchestra, pop music, or performance art, you'll find something to suit your taste. The building is located on the Northern Arizona University campus and throughout the year, it plays host to the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, the NAU Orchestra, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff and other student oriented groups.
While Old Main features mainly artists from out of town, the other university gallery showcases pieces created by its art students, most of which must be considered experimental. The artwork on display is not for sale. Located in the Performance and Fine Arts Building, Beasley presents works of graduates in exhibits that change weekly. Also, there are annual juried faculty exhibits and biennial Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibits. Admission is free.