Center for the Arts Concert Hall
The Center for the Arts Concert Hall is a 1935-seat venue with continental-style seating. Each year it houses operas, symphony orchestras, theatre productions, dance performances, cultural shows, and more. The Concert Hall comprises the Orchestra level, including an Orchestral Pit, and a large Grand Tier (Balcony).
The busy stage at the 460-seat Harris Theatre features music performances including recitals, chamber music, and larger ensembles, dance performances, theater productions large and small, film screenings, speakers, and special events.
TheaterSpace is a 140-seat flexible black box venue on the lower level of the deLaski Performing Arts Building. TheaterSpace is home to Mason's School of Theater’s Studio Series, Mason Fringe, and the annual Ten-Minute Play Festival featuring works written by Mason students.
deLaski 3001 is home to musical rehearsals, recitals, and concerts. From Mason's School of Music senior solo recitals to Percussion Ensemble or Vocal Jazz Ensemble, the venue is continually alive with masterful music performances.