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Betty Pease Studio Theatre

Dance 1310 UNIVERSITY CT, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109


Betty Pease Studio Theater, named after Dr. Esther “Betty” Pease, the coordinator of the dance program at U-M from 1950-1971, is a 100-seat performance space for dance and multi-media works. Audience seating is typically on risers when in performance mode, and the performing space has wings, a crossover, and a fixed grid and booms for stage lighting . The theater also serves many other uses, including presentations, panel discussions, lectures, and more. Performances in this space often involve blends of movement, projected video/images, and live or pre-recorded music, and it is wired for live-streaming.