General information

Dance Studios and Theatres, Wright Hall
Performance and Practice Facilities Usage Agreements

General use guidelines and restrictions

Keys: If your space requires a key for access, you can obtain one from the Business Office staff (170 Everson) from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. There is a $10 deposit required. For key to Wyatt Theatre, see the Production Manager in 126 Wright Hall.

Minimum Reservation Length: 30 minutes
Hours available: 8 a.m.-10 p.m.

Rooms may be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis whenever available. Each group that uses the space will be responsible for monitoring the safe and clean use of the space:

  • Sweep, pick up the trash left behind by your group and place all equipment and props back in the proper area that said items were found.
  • All safety guidelines will be followed and all equipment shall be used in a safe manner, with proper training.
  • Dance floors: Only designated non-street shoes are allowed on the dance floors. Hard surface scenic, furniture and props are not allowed on the dance floors.

Please direct questions about safety and training to the facilities manager, Megan Kimura.

Cancellation Policy: Please submit a request to cancel a reservation that you no longer need, up to an hour prior to the start time. Room reservations are void fifteen minutes after the hour if the person who reserved the room is not present. If a room is empty, you may occupy that room until the end of the hour.

Priority of use for all theatres and dance studios

  1. Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Theatre and Dance faculty and Visiting Artists (including Freshman Seminars).
  2. Priority: Rehearsals for Theatre and Dance classes. Note that department majors have priority over other enrolled students.
  3. Priority: Rehearsals for Theatre and Dance productions and research projects, in the following order:  #1 Granada Artists; #2 Faculty; #3 MFA & PhD students (productions); #4 Undergraduate students (department majors have priority over other enrolled students)
  4. Priority: Graduate student meetings, approved 198 classes, practice, research (Drama and Performance Studies).
  5. Priority: Other Arts Administrative Group uses, such as meetings (faculty, staff, graduate students).
  6. Priority: Other UC Davis users (student groups, dance team, performances, conferences), with approval. (Direct questions about dance spaces and theatre requests to Megan Kimura.)

Hickey Dance Studio (Theatre and Dance)

Facility description and details

Key needed for access; obtain from Business Office.

Location: Hickey gym dance studio, first floor near south entrance.

Maximum Capacity: 40

Details: Men’s and women’s locker rooms and showers available in Hickey gym.

Della Davidson Performance Studio (Theatre and Dance)

Facility description and details

Key needed for access; obtain from Business Office.

Location: Nelson Hall, across the arboretum on Old Davis Road (view on campus map).
Maximum Capacity: 100

Details: The Della Davidson Performance Studio contains a large dance studio, faculty and TA offices. 

Wright 101 – Lab A (Theatre and Dance)

Facility description and details

Location: Wright Hall Laboratory A, first floor
Maximum Capacity: 63

Wright 115 – Lab B (Theatre and Dance)

Facility description and details

Location: Wright Hall Laboratory B, first floor
Maximum Capacity: 30

Wright 120 – Arena Theatre (Theatre and Dance)

Facility description and details

Location: Wright Hall 120, first floor
Details: Black box theater
Maximum Capacity: 100

Wyatt Theatre (Theatre and Dance)

Facility description and details

To reserve the Wyatt Theatre, please go to Campus Events reservations for information on reserving the space. Key needed for access; obtain from Production Manager, Wright Hall.

Location: Wyatt Pavilion, Old Davis Road (view on campus map)

Maximum Capacity: 185

Details: Flexible, open-stage arrangement with seating on three sides. See complete Performance Venue information on our Resources page.

Wright 220 Design Seminar room (Theatre and Dance)

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Theatre and Dance faculty and Visiting Artists.

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars of other departments and programs in the Arts Administrative Group (TAAG).

Priority: Theatre and Dance faculty meetings, guest lectures, other seminars.

Priority: Other Arts Administrative Group uses, such as meetings and lectures (faculty, staff, graduate students).

Facility description and details

Location: Wright hall 220, second floor.
Maximum Capacity: 20
Details: Seminar and meeting space used primarily for classes and faculty or staff meetings.

Wright 220 – Seminar room (Theatre and Dance)

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Theatre and Dance faculty and Visiting Artists.

Priority: Theatre and Dance faculty meetings, guest lectures, other seminars.

Priority: Other uses by departments and programs in the Arts Administrative Group (TAAG) such as meetings, lectures, interviews (faculty, staff).

Priority: Theatre and Dance graduate student meetings, conferences, TA business.

Priority: Other TAAG graduate student meetings, conferences, TA business.

Facility description and details

Location: Wright Hall 220, second floor.
Maximum Capacity: 20
Details: Configured for seminars or meetings (conference table and chairs).

Wright 222 – Seminar room (Theatre and Dance)

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Theatre and Dance faculty and Visiting Artists.

Priority: Theatre and Dance faculty meetings, guest lectures, other seminars.

Priority: Other uses by departments and programs in the Arts Administrative Group (TAAG) such as meetings, lectures, interviews (faculty, staff).

Priority: Theatre and Dance graduate student meetings, conferences, TA business.

Priority: Other TAAG graduate student meetings, conferences, TA business.

Facility description and details

Location: Wright Hall 222, second floor.
Maximum Capacity: 20
Details: Configured for seminars or meetings (conference table and chairs).

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