In January 2002, IU opened the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center on the Bloomington campus, adjacent to the old Theatre Building. The building is beautifully designed, and provides state-of-the-art technology, expansive and well-planned workshops, spacious directing and acting studios, and two vital, new performance spaces.
The second phase of the Norvelle Center is unfolding: the remodeling and renovation of the Theatre Building, which is adjacent to the new center is opening in progressive stages. We are teaching in two of the new classrooms now. We will move into other studios and offices in late September, 2010. The new studio theatre and movement studio will come later.
To the right are links that describe the classrooms, studios, theatres, and offices of the Department of Theatre and Drama and the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center. If you are interested in the layout of the facility, the map of the Center will provide you with a walking tour of the building.