Stage III: Poulton Hall 1421 37th St NW Washington DC, 20007
Poulton Hall is Mask and Bauble’s home. After some disagreements with the University over Georgetown’s commitment to theatre, members squatted in Poulton and built a makeshift theater over the spring break of 1975 in what was previously known as Room 57. Though the University forced this to ultimately be taken down, they awarded Mask and Bauble a small theatre space, later known as Stage III. Stage I was ultimately converted into a scene and costume shop (the “Cave”). It does not come without its challenges, as Poulton was never designed to be a theatre, but nevertheless represents how fortunate we are to have an area in which to live, work and perform. It is the location of most of our main-stage productions.
The Gonda Stage The Devine Studio Theater Davis Performing Arts Center 37th and O St. N.W. Georgetown University Washington DC, 20007
The Gonda Theatre (a 239-seat proscenium), and Devine Studio Theatre (a black box), are both housed in the Davis Performing Arts Center. The theater spaces, created in 2005 in a building that served previously as both a gym and a bank, is also home to the Theatre and Performance Studies Program. It is a recently-remodeled building that boasts a wide-array of advantages, including full scene and costume shops and several classrooms for the class and rehearsal purposes.
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