The Van Cliburn Auditorium

The Van Cliburn Auditorium, a comfortable and intimate in-door theatre, is located in the Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Center and is the primary performance space for the Texas Shakespeare Festival.  Built in the 1960′s the VCA is a flexible proscenium stage with 195 seats and a padded bench at the back for overflow.

It has an performance space the measures approximately 30 x 30; contains a fly loft with 26 line sets; a trap center stage; and an stage apron built over an orchestra pit.   It has limited wing space both right and left.   Stage left is a double door leading into the small scene shop area.

The VCA has a walkable light balcony around the theatre and a new dimmer and light board.  The light inventory is varied and contains both lights from the VCA and the Festival inventory.

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