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Here dance, music, theater and cinema aren't charming diversions: They are unconventional inspirations. Home to five performance venues, a performer's hall, scene and costume shops, numerous classrooms and more, it may be difficult to ignore the...more
100 Performing Arts Ctr, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN 46556-4600
I went to Notre Dame Glee Club Alumni concert, and it was amazing. Not only the price was really good (as well as the passes they offer), but also the acoustic was perfect for the vocals. 250 voices and I could listen to each of...More
The South Bend Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Nancy Menk, performed Pulcinella by Igor Stravinksy. They were joined by several vocal performers. They also performed Vivaldi's Gloria accompanied by the South Bend Chamber Singers. Really great performance by all and there isn't a bad seat...More
Not only is the building beutiful it is very well designed. Easy flow in and out. The main stage has great accoustics, there seem to be no bad seats to enjoy the shows. Classic styling without looking old and tired. The smaller theaters and movie...More
The art center itself consists of five different units. The main theater is acoustically one of the better ones in the country. It seats over 1000 and has comfortable seating arrangements. It can be acoustically adjusted for any type of performance, whether a pianist or...More
This is a great setting with a close up view. There is not a bad seat in the house. The center has numerous concert halls, movie theater and performance stages. Just like everything else at Notre Dame it is first class.
It has comfortable seats and is overall just beautiful. I would only add signs that say no food allowed inside, rather than serving it outside and then have the ushers not allow you back inside. Seems a bit sneaky.
Visiting the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center in late December to see the Messiah was a thrill. It is a lovely space with ample seating for most productions (I would guess.) The acoustics were fabulous. The production itself was very well done. Staff was professional and...More