Fine Arts Building - Corner of Call and Copeland Streets
The Richard G. Fallon Theatre is the School of Theatre’s largest performance space with seating for over 490. This traditional proscenium theatre, named for Dean Emeritus Richard G. Fallon, recently underwent renovations to its electrical, power, and lighting systems which now provide the support for intelligent lighting systems, new projection systems, and more. Hosting over 150 productions since it opened its doors in 1970, the Richard G. Fallon Theatre has been voted Tallahassee’s Best Place to See a Play for the past seven consecutive years.
On Copeland Street between St. Augustine and Lafayette Streets.
The Lab Theatre is a three-quarters thrust stage with a seating capacity for 150 theatre patrons. Established in 1987 as a performing venue for the School of Theatre, the Lab Theatre provides a truly unique and intimate theatre experience. The Lab Theatre recently underwent renovations to upgrade the lighting and power distribution systems, and the air conditioning system.
Williams Building – Near the intersection of Jefferson and Copeland Streets. The Augusta Conradi Studio Theatre is a 189-seat proscenium stage and is the oldest theatre located on campus. Established in 1931, the Augusta Conradi Studio Theatre is named for the wife of former FSU president Edward Conradi. Closed in 1998 as part of the university’s renovations of the Williams Building, the Augusta Conradi Studio Theatre reopened in 2001 at a rededication ceremony during FSU’s celebration of its sesquicentennial.