If you're looking for a unique environment for your next conference, lecture, wedding reception, concert or special event, consider utilizing the services of University Productions. Formed in 1985, University Productions, a division of the UM School of Music, Theatre & Dance, handles scheduling and rental of all the major performance venues on the University of Michigan Central Campus. From the grand majesty of Hill Auditorium to the intimacy of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, the presenting spaces at UM provide a variety of options for your event.
|Arthur Miller Theatre|
|Named after the esteemed American playwright and U-M alumnus, the Arthur Miller Theatre is a highly flexible, intimate, 280-seat courtyard theatre.|
The largest performing space on campus, Hill Auditorium seats over 3500 and is revered by musical groups around the world for its magnificent acoustics.
|Lydia Mendelsohn Theatre|
|An intimate space seating 640, Mendelssohn Theatre is a proscenium theatre with exquisite oak paneling details.|
With a variable thrust or proscenium stage, the 1380 seat Power Center is the most versatle and modern facility on campus for theatrical productions or conferences.
A majestic hall featuring intricate Art Deco detailing, Rackham Auditorium seats 1125 in splendor for lectures or chamber concerts.
|The Trueblood Theatre was demolished in April 2007. Please consider the Arthur Miller Theatre.|
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