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Texas Christian University - Buschman Theatre

This intimate, 175-seat proscenium theatre opened when Ed Landreth Hall was first opened in 1949. Originally named The Little Theatre, its name was changed to University Theatre in 1965, and then in...

Texas Christian University - Buschman Theatre

This intimate, 175-seat proscenium theatre opened when Ed Landreth Hall was first opened in 1949. Originally named The Little Theatre, its name was changed to University Theatre in 1965, and then in 2005, the space was renovated, updated and renamed the Jerita Foley Buschman Theatre in honor of the alumnus and patron who made the major gift towards the renovation.

The Buschman Theatre features continental seating, with seating and interior design updated in 2005. The 2005 building addition also includes the LaLonnie Lehman Lobby, named in honor of TCU’s Professor of Costume Design & History, and funded by the Mike & Maryann Atkinson Foundation. The lobby is graced with vintage theatre posters which are a gift from the private collection of Lyle Dye, of North Creek, New York. In a 2013 renovation of the Scenic Studio, a new loading door in the stage left wing space of the Buschman Theatre has greatly increased the potential for scenery storage and multi-set productions in this theatre.

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