Keller Theatre The Keller Theatre is a 415 seat proscenium theatre. The proscenium opening is 41' wide by 24' tall. The stage area behind the curtain is 30' deep by 77' wide. Equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting, full theater rigging, a superb sound system, and elevator type orchestra lift, the Keller boasts an impressive stage house capable of handling most performances.
Johnson Theatre The Johnson Theatre is a 48 ft. x 58 ft. flexible "black box" theater. The space may be arranged in any configuration desired by the director and designer including proscenium, arena and thrust. The theater is fully equipped with state-of-the-art lighting and sound.
Stan Kamen Gallery The Stan Kamen Collection was bequeathed to Washington and Lee in 1986 by Stan Kamen '49 LL.B. The collection is permanently installed in the lobby of the Lenfest Center for the Performing Arts and is regularly rotated for conservation purposes. The collection offers a view of the American West and particularly the "Old West" that has been created by some of America's foremost 20th-century artists.
Maslansky Rehearsal Hall The Maslansky Rehearsal Hall is one of the busiest spaces in the Lenfest Center. The Rehearsal Hall serves as the classroom for Acting I & II and Directing I & II. It is the rehearsal space for department of theater productions before they move to the theaters and it is the rehearsal space for some of the W&L Dance classes.
Scene Shop The Scene Shop is the classroom for Fundamentals of Theater Art I & II. Scenery and properties for all the department of theater shows are built and painted here. The shop is well equipped with all manner of tools allowing for the safe and efficient construction of scenery. The shop operates from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Costume Shop The Costume Shop is located in the basement of the Lenfest Center directly across the hall from the dressing rooms. It is fully equipped for alterations and full construction in sewing and costume crafts. The Department of Theater buys, rents, builds and utilizes stock items from their collection to satisfy the needs of productions.
Dressing Rooms The theaters are serviced by two large choral dressing rooms each capable of holding 15 people. The dressing rooms are equipped with bathrooms and showers.