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Our Facilities

The College of Creative Arts is proud to call the Loulie, William and Valerie Canady Creative Arts Center home. In addition to celebrating its new name, the CCAC recently celebrated its 50th birthday.


The CCAC is comprised of the following performance areas:

  • Lyell B. Clay Concert Theatre – 1412 seat Continental style theatre
  • Gladys G. Davis Theatre – 216 seat thrust style theatre
  • Antoinette E. Falbo Theatre – 104 seat black box style theatre
  • Bloch Learning and Performance Hall – 155 seat recital hall
  • Vivian Davis Michael Laboratory Theatre – 50 seat theatre

    Visual art exhibits are presented in the Paul and Laura Mesaros Galleries adjacent to the Douglas O. Blaney Lobby of the facility. The CCAC is further comprised by nine conventional classrooms, five computer labs, eight visual art studios, ceramics shops, sculpture shops, theatre wood and paint shops, theatre costume shop, dark rooms, dressing rooms, ensemble lab, movement lab, and private offices and studios for the 125 faculty and staff of the College.


    For information regarding policies and procedures, please visit the CCAC Operations page.


    CCAC Facility Rental

    University and external groups may rent performance and support spaces in the CCAC pending facility and staff availability. All groups are assessed a fee based upon resources utilized, including space, equipment, and labor.


    To inquire about availability or to receive a customized fee estimate, please contact Jamie Whoolery.

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