Venues

University Theatre

Located near the intersection of West Campus Drive and Canyon Crest Drive, the University Theatre can seat up to 446 guests.

The nearest parking lots are Lot 5 and Lot 6. If you’ve never been to campus, here are directions to UCR.

There is no reserved seating, so please arrive early for the best selection of seats.

The performance will start promptly at the announced curtain time and latecomers will only be seated at an appropriate pause in the program.

Studio Theatre

Housed in room 113 of the ARTS Building on the corner of University Avenue and West Campus Drive, the Studio Theatre can seat up to 125 guests of performances by the Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production.

The nearest parking lots are Lot 1 and Lot 24. If you’ve never been to campus, here are directions to UCR.

There is no reserved seating, so please arrive early for the best selection of seats.

The performance will start promptly at the announced curtain time and latecomers will only be seated at an appropriate pause in the program.

Performance Lab

Located in room 166 of the ARTS Building, the Performance Lab houses performances by the departments of Music and Dance.

The nearest parking lots are Lot 1 and Lot 24If you’ve never been to campus, here are directions to UCR.

There is no reserved seating, so please arrive early for the best selection of seats.

The performance will start promptly at the announced curtain time and latecomers will only be seated at an appropriate pause in the program.

Culver Center

The Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts was initiated with a lead gift from the Culver family. Located in downtown Riverside, the Culver Center hosts dance and music performances as well as film screenings and art installations.

The closest parking can be found in various city lots surrounding the venue.

There is no reserved seating, so please arrive early for the best selection of seats.

The performance will start promptly at the announced curtain time and latecomers will only be seated at an appropriate pause in the program.

The Barn

Originally built in 1917 as a working barn and horse stable, The Barn has become a treasured space on the UCR campus. It was incorporated into the university in 1955 as a dining and music performance venue. In the summer of 2018, renovation and expansion began, which added an outdoor entertainment stage that can accommodate 1,000 spectators.

The nearest parking is in Lot 4 or Lot 5If you’ve never been to campus, follow these directions to UCR.

There is no reserved seating, so please arrive early for the best selection of seats.

The performance will start promptly at the announced curtain time and latecomers will only be seated at an appropriate pause in the program.