The DeBartolo Center is one of the cultural capitals of the campus, offering five distinct performing arts venues within a 150,000-square-foot structure that opened in 2004. The venues include the Decio Mainstage Theatre for theatrical productions; the Leighton Concert Hall; the Browning Cinema; the Philbin Studio Theatre, ideal for experimental work; and the Reyes Organ and Choral Hall, featuring a hand-crafted organ.
Students, faculty, staff, and community neighbors all benefit from the performances staged here year-round by big-name stars and aspiring newcomers alike. The educational purpose of the building is reflected in its other facilities, which include classrooms, editing bays, recording facilities, and of course, faculty offices.
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