Yellow pins indicate performance and teaching spaces of Theater at Emory and blue "P" symbols indicate parking; click on symbols for more information or to get directions from your location.
605 Asbury Circle NE
Dobbs University Center
Atlanta, GA 30322
The Mary Gray Munroe Theater, a 100-to-200-seat black-box studio in the Dobbs University Center, was dedicated in 1988 and remains Theater Emory’s production home. In 1990 the theater began operating a costume shop. A renovation of the Burlington Road Building in 1996 provided theater with a small black box space for classes and small theater projects.
Theater Emory is Emory’s resident professional theater company. It serves as a laboratory for faculty artistic research as well as for Theater Studies courses. This unusual partnering of undergraduates with adventurous professional artists in residence creates distinctive opportunities: to link theory and practice; to let mature artists and gifted students inspire each other; and to make theater that asks substantial questions about the world.
1700 North Decatur Road
Atlanta, GA, 30322
15 Minute Parking
A Schwartz Center patron drop off and pick up area for patrons with special needs and limited temporary (15-minute) parking for box office patrons are available in designated areas in the Allen Family Plaza.
The Chace Gallery is open every day from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. On weekends, the doors on the N. Decatur Road side of the building are locked. Use the North Lobby entrance. Exhibits in the Chace Gallery are best viewed during daylight hours.
The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts is a place where teaching, learning, and performance merge to create a vital arts presence for the entire community. Since the opening of the Schwartz Center in February 2003, the arts have assumed a more visible, central place on the Emory campus. Because the arts are among the most exalted and enduring achievements of civilization, Emory is proud to provide a place where cultivation of the arts through teaching, learning, encouragement, and stewardship can thrive. Students, faculty, and world-renowned guest artists combine their talents and hard work to create an experience that brings culture, beauty, and provocative work to the community.