The Davis Performing Arts Center provides a multitude of theater facilities and design studios, including two performance spaces and two rehearsal rooms, with priority dedicated to those studying theater, followed by access for other disciplines that use theater and performance to teach and engage the College’s undergraduate learning initiatives, research, and outreach. Student theater clubs work in the costume and scene shop studios and collaborate in the theater.

The Department of Performing Arts’ administrative hub is in the Davis Performing Arts Center, room 108, serves as a resource for all questions about performing arts and is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except on University holidays (202-687-3838). Our Music teaching hub is in New North and our dance teaching and rehearsal hub is currently in the New Healy Family Student Center.


To submit a request to utilize a DPA venue, please complete the following form. Please note these requests are monitored by the department weekly for GU students, faculty and staff and bi-weekly for non-GU affiliated organizations.  As a reminder, events must fit within the Department’s Mission and enrich the GU Campus Community.  By requesting performance spaces, you are also requesting to participate in the Department’s season as an interdisciplinary partner. 

Other Campus Spaces Occasionally Used By Performing Arts Groups:

For rental information and the capacity of the spaces above and others, please see the Office of Campus Activity Facilities (OCAF) website.

ICC Auditorium (ICC Building)
Lohrfink Auditorium (MSB Building)
BullDog Alley (located in the Leavey Center)
Gaston Hall, (3rd floor, Healy Building)
Many other campus spaces, lounges, and outdoor areas.

Protection of Minors

Georgetown University has a Protection of Minors Policy to protect those under 18 years of age who participate in programs and activities associated with the University and to provide guidance and requirements that apply to University students, faculty, and staff who are involved with such programs and activities.  The policy also includes requirements for non-University organizations that operate programs or activities involving minors at facilities on campus.  Additional information about the policy may be found at protectionofminors.georgetown.edu.