Bartlett Theatre (Rockefeller Arts Center)

Named after former beloved Associate Professor of Theatre and Assistant Dean Alice E. Bartlett, this theatre is the college's experimental or "black box" theater. Seating is flexible and can be re-configured for each production, up to a maximum of 225. The audience typically sits on three sides or four, creating "theater in the round" (but actually it's a square).

Rockefeller Arts Center, Fredonia, NY 14063

Place Type

On Campus, Rockefeller Arts Center venue

Phone

(716) 673-3217

Website

home.fredonia.edu

Upcoming Events

Much Ado About Nothing

Written during the middle (and height) of Shakespeare’s career, Much Ado About Nothing is comically just that: a large commotion over a simple misconception....

11/30 7:30pm
Much Ado About Nothing

Written during the middle (and height) of Shakespeare’s career, Much Ado About Nothing is comically just that: a large commotion over a simple misconception....

12/1 7:30pm
Much Ado About Nothing

Written during the middle (and height) of Shakespeare’s career, Much Ado About Nothing is comically just that: a large commotion over a simple misconception....

12/2 2pm
Much Ado About Nothing

Written during the middle (and height) of Shakespeare’s career, Much Ado About Nothing is comically just that: a large commotion over a simple misconception....

12/2 7:30pm
Much Ado About Nothing

Written during the middle (and height) of Shakespeare’s career, Much Ado About Nothing is comically just that: a large commotion over a simple misconception....

12/3 7:30am

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