Texas State’s New Performing Arts Center

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    Texas State's New Performing Arts Center Stephanie Perez

There are only a couple things left to do before Texas State’s new Performing  Arts Center opens for classes and events in San Marcos.

The new Performing Arts Center, which will feature two state-of-the-art performance venues including the Harrison Theatre as well as a music recital hall, is on its way to being finished. Texas State’s Theatre and Dance Chairman, John Fleming, says construction is right on time, but there’s a lot that goes into prepping the building.

“There’s a period of mid-November to mid-December, they have to do a chemical flush out. It has to do with environmental safety. And then in early January they’ll be the acoustic balancing, to make sure the acoustics are working right in both the recital hall and the theatre.”
– John Fleming

Although most classes will still be held in the round Theatre Center, Fleming says there are about three classroom spaces in the new Performing Arts Center ready to be used this spring semester.

Stephanie Perez, KTSW News.

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