The Black Box Theatre

Located in the McClintock building, the James A. Panowski Black Box Theatre is a wonderfully versatile space. Seating approximately one hundred people, the Black Box provides a more intimate playing space for the actors and the audience alike, but without neglecting any of the technology available in a larger theatre, featuring a full lighting and sound system and dressing room. This modern space reflects the movement of the current theatre industry, and provides a perfect training ground for our students.

Forest Roberts Theatre, 1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI 49855

Place Type

On Campus

Phone

906-227-2082

Website

nmu.edu

Upcoming Events

Fringe Festival

Fringe Festivals originated in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1947, when groups shunned from the International Festival decided to stage their shows anyway, on the...

10/4 7:30pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festivals originated in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1947, when groups shunned from the International Festival decided to stage their shows anyway, on the...

10/13 7:30pm

Recent Events

Scrooge! Auditions

9/15/2018

Finnish Music 101

3/16/2018

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The Black Box Theatre

The Black Box Theatre posted a photo 8/14/2017