George Mason University is home to multiple state of the art performance facilities. The School of Theater is located in the new Donald and Nancy de Laski Performing Arts Building, which boasts two flexible black box theaters and rehearsal halls, as well as a design lab, costume shop, scene shop and prop storage. Coming on-line in Fall 2013 is the new Music/Theater Building, offering new smart classrooms, two rehearsal halls, a sound design studio and additional office space and practice rooms.
Other facilities used by the School of Theater include the 1900-seat Concert Hall, which houses multiple stages of varying sizes, the 475-seat Harris theater, and the Hylton Performing Arts Center on the Prince William campus, which contains an 1100-seat Opera House and a 275-seat flexible theater. These buildings have all been renovated or built within the last five years. Each stage is equipped with the most up-to-date lighting, sound, and set technology.
At George Mason University, we pride ourselves in staying ahead of the game with cutting edge technology and lush performing spaces. Elsewhere on campus, George Mason University has three fitness centers, a centrally located food-court, an expansive library, an on-campus bar, coffee shops, and a completely green dining hall. The school proudly supports all its sports teams, which include men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, baseball, swim, tennis, and track and field.