• Lee University


  • Dixon Center Auditorium

    The Dixon Center Auditorium is a 450 seat proscenium arch theater located in the Dixon Center. The theater includes ample wing space, a full fly system, and a large apron with an adjustable platform mounted on a coil lift that can be raised or lowered for use as an orchestra pit. The Lee University Theatre Program performs one main stage production in the Dixon Center Auditorium each semester, coinciding with Homecoming in fall semester and Lee Day in spring semester.

    The Edna Minor Conn Theater

    The Edna Minor Conn Theater is a 105 seat intimate performance space located on the third floor of the Vest Building. The theater officially opened in Spring 2009 with the Stage Right Production of My Children! My Africa! The Lee University Theatre Program performs one Stage Right production in The Edna Minor Conn Theater each semester. The theater is also the venue for the annual Directors Showcase in the fall semester, and in the spring the student playwriting workshop Fringe Fest.

    The Scene Shop

    The scene shop is located adjacent to the Lee University campus in the American Uniform Building on Parker Street. This fully equipped shop is where all sets, prop, special effects, and general construction for the theatre program are created and maintained. The stagecraft class works in the scene shop each semester to help build and paint sets, and after a show closes the set is dismantled and returned to the storage facilities within the shop for reuse in future productions. The Scene Shop is currently staffed with five student workers and supervised by Technical Director Catherine Bradley.

    The Costume Shop

    The Costume Shop is located in 111 Mayfield Annex on the Lee campus. Our Costume Shop organizes, maintains, rents, alters and builds costumes for all of our regular season offerings. We have a stock of costumes from previous shows as well as the necessary machinery to create and build costumes. The Costume Shop is currently staffed with three student workers and supervised by Dr. Christine Williams.