Shanley Pavilion

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Shanley Pavilion is a black box theater located behind Lunt Hall.

History

Shanley was built in the 1940's as an Army barracks. It was later converted to a mess hall. It was used for many years as a Facilities Management storage shed. In the 1980's it was made into a coffeehouse and run by a Co-op on campus. After the co-op disbanded, it became the student theatre venue it is today. It is currently the most commonly used StuCo performance venue. You can find out more about the history of Shanley Pavilion here.

Resources

  • A variety of 1.5" schedule 40 pipes (mostly 10ft. lengths)
  • Boom bases
  • Cheeseboroughs
  • Stage weights
  • Black curtaining in various shapes and sizes
  • 2x 12-circuit ETC Sensor portable dimmer packs
  • A rolling lighting rack which holds the Shanley Stock of lights.
  • For seating options, there are various platforms, a few tables, and at least 130 chairs.

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