WSU's Performing Arts Center facts for kids
WSU's Performing Arts Center is a performing arts center on the campus of Winona State University in Winona County, Minnesota. The building was built in 1968 and includes a large band room, choir room, a 412-seat proscenium theatre, a versatile black-box theatre (The Dorothy B. Magnus Theatre), a recital hall, dance studio, scene shop, costume shop, make-up and dressing rooms, offices, and classrooms.
The Performing Arts Center houses the Departments of Music, Theatre & Dance, and Communications Studies. It is the summer home and performance location for the Great River Shakespeare Festival.
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