Seretean Center for the Performing Arts
Constructed in 1970 and named in honor of its principal benefactor, M. B. "Bud" Seretean, a 1947 OSU graduate, the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts is a key component of all dramatic and musical events on the OSU campus. The Center's 75,000 square feet include the 600-seat Vivia Locke Theatre and the 800-seat Concert Hall, as well as teaching studios for theatre and music, a variety of classrooms, the theatre scene lab, computer and design labs, a specially-designed choral room, a rehearsal hall for band and orchestra, and a well-equipped audio center, all designed to provide an excellent atmosphere in Oklahoma for the teaching of the performing arts.
Seretean Center Concert Hall
The Seretean Center Concert Hall is equipped with state-of-the art lighting, audio, and video technology. The 800-seat hall hosts hundreds of events each calendar year. To reserve this space, please contact Dawn Aaron or Chris Van Zant at least two weeks in advance of your event.