Harris TheaterFacility Rentals



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The Center for the Arts Concert Hall is designed as an adaptable venue, able to serve many types of events from conferences, to orchestral concerts, to large scale productions, and features an expansive glass-walled lobby suitable for formal and informal receptions, dinners, and presentations. Harris Theater is a modified proscenium/thrust theatre and is ideal for smaller-scaled concerts, recitals, lectures, and theatrical events. Click here to learn more about the Facility Rental Process.



Concert HallCenter for the Arts: Concert Hall

The Center for the Arts Concert Hall, opened in 1990 is a technically adaptable venue. The Center for the Arts plays a key role in the cultural vitality of the Washington Metropolitan region, attracting more than 100,000 patrons each year to performances. Each year it houses operas, symphony orchestras, theatre productions, dance performances, cultural shows, and a much more.



Concert Hall LobbyCenter for the Arts: Lobby

The Center for the Arts Lobby is an artistic setting with a unique layout for a multitude of events. Lit naturally during the day, it would provide an inviting setting for smaller seated receptions, larger standing receptions, or for conference exhibits.



Grand Tier IIICenter for the Arts: Grand Tier III

The Center for the Arts Grand Tier III is an ideal setting for small seated/standing receptions. With it's movable small platform it often hosts stage reading, lectures, and recitals.



de Laski Performing Arts Buildingde Laski Performing Arts Building

The School of Music offers a variety of spaces for rent ranging from recital rooms to small rehearsal rooms. Prices and rates are available for a 10 hour block or on an hourly basis. For more information please contact Lesley Irminger at lirminge@gmu.edu. Rentals are subject to the availability of the spaces due to University uses.



Harris TheaterHarris Theatre

The Center for the Arts Harris Theatre is a modified proscenium/thrust theater. With two levels of seating and exquisite acoustics it is the ideal setting for smaller-scaled concerts or theatrical productions, recitals, lectures, recordings, and screenings.