January 12, 2018 Slideshows

Ent Center for the Arts 

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Griffin Swartzell
The huge windows in the main lobby offer an incredible view.
Griffin Swartzell
White neon signs indicate each venue.
Griffin Swartzell
The Shockley-Zalabak Theater lends itself to orchestral performance.
Griffin Swartzell
The Shockley-Zalabak Theater can hold up to 792 seats.
Griffin Swartzell
Seating options include an impressive mezzanine.
Griffin Swartzell
State-of-the-art equipment was constructed with student and professional use in mind.
Griffin Swartzell
The catwalks offer quite the view of the stage below. Thank goodness they're sturdy.
Griffin Swartzell
The new Dusty Loo feels less boxy than a typical black box, and roomier than TheatreWorks' former space.
Griffin Swartzell
Seating in the Dusty Loo will be customizable, with options for multi-level seating.
Griffin Swartzell
Floyd Tunson's Hatian Dream Boats mark the path toward GOCA.
Griffin Swartzell
The Chapman Foundations Recital Hall sports a brand new Steinway piano.
Griffin Swartzell
The recital hall can seat up to 242 patrons.
Griffin Swartzell
The UCCS theater department gets an upgraded Osborne.
Griffin Swartzell
The new Osborne space recalls us of TheatreWorks' former Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater.
Griffin Swartzell
That view, right?
Griffin Swartzell
The Ent Center sports ample windows, likely to take advantage of its location.
Griffin Swartzell
The new dance studio is everyone's favorite room for the view and natural light.
Griffin Swartzell
A major upgrade for dance students.
Griffin Swartzell
Another view of the Haitian Dream Boats, which will be on display for a full year.
Griffin Swartzell
A permanent installation by Ball-Nogues Studio, a collaboration of Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues.
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The lobby named for the late Murray Ross and his wife Betty.
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The mezzanine in the Shockley-Zalabak Theater offers as enjoyable a seat as the front row.
Griffin Swartzell
Word is that the venue's liquor license extends to the patio, which will make for some fun summer evenings.
Griffin Swartzell
Modern and brightly colored furniture makes the huge hall and lobby area feel comfortable.
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The building feels updated, modern and exciting, even from the outside.
Griffin Swartzell
The view of the building is almost as nice as the view from the building.
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Seating in the Dusty Loo will be customizable, with options for multi-level seating.

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