A prominent locationNamed for the college's class of 1962 which led the fund raising campaign, the MainStage lobby, a glass cube with overhanging roof, presents a dramatic introduction to this complex.
|This complex contains several varied venues: the MainStage theater (550-seat proscenium theater); CenterStage (200-seat flexible black-box theater); original Adams Memorial theater, remodeled for the complex; dance studio with three full-length glass walls.|
A contemporary building in traditional WilliamstownThe curving walls of the exterior clad in light "Jura" limestone contrast with the contemporary MainStage lobby with its glass curtain walls and wood shutters.
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