1510 Lab Theatre

The 1510 Lab Theatre is a blackbox theater that serves as a venue for a variety of experimental, intimate, and student-directed productions, as well as classes. Admission to plays in this space is always free, but due to the popularity of the shows — and because shows tend to fill up fast — tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis one hour prior to curtain on the day of a show. There are no reservations except those made by prior agreement with the House Manager.


Lyndon B. Johnson Hall, room 1510




2-4 performances per year

Special Features

Space is intended for experimental efforts to work with American Sign Language and other production values and to test accessibility potential for captioning and other needs of Deaf Theater. Can be used as a small classroom or presentation space.  Has a 9-by-16 video wall that is used for background scenery imagery, projections, and captions. Can be used for PowerPoint presentations and other visual presentations.

Upcoming Performances