If you’ve taken a walk around the UCF Campus, you might be wondering: What is the new building literally rising on campus? One is UCF’s latest innovation—the new, state-of-the-art UCF Performing Arts Center. You might be thinking it’s a traditional building of classrooms and practice rooms—but you’d be wrong. It’s so much more.

It’s only phase one of what will become an arts complex. Phase one includes classrooms, rehearsal spaces, specialized production areas, as well as faculty and administrative offices for the UCF College of Arts and Humanities (CAH) departments of music and theater. Once the privately funded phase two is completed, the complex will include:

  • 520-seat proscenium theater (featuring an arch)
  • 600-seat concert hall
  • 263-seat recital hall
  • 225-seat black box theater
  • Rehearsal areas
  • Scenery production, property, and costume shops
  • For more information about the center, visit the UCF College of Arts & Humanities and Foundation Web site.