Fine Arts Center

Fine Arts Center Facilities

FAC AtriumThe Fine Arts Center Main Theatre, Main Theatre Lobby, and other facilities are available for meetings, receptions, dinners, and performances. Catering is available through the university's food service.

For more information, contact the Fine Arts Center Director at 608-796-3737, via fax at 608-796-3736, or via email at


Fine Arts Center Main TheatreMain Theatre

Converts from a proscenium theatre into a concert hall with a specially designed acoustical shell; completely equipped and adaptable to accommodate drama, musical comedy, opera, ballet, concerts, lectures, and conferences.

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FAC Recital Hall 4Nola Starling Recital Hall

A fine acoustical and aesthetic environment seating 170 for solo and small group ensemble performances and other presentation, with the adjoining Hospitality Suite for receptions. 

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FAC Main Theatre LobbyMain Theatre Lobby

Features a promenade balcony; adaptable to a wide variety of activities, including dinners, meetings, exhibits, and receptions.




FAC Dance Studio 2Dance Studio

For training dancers and presenting special dance performances.





La Croix Black Box Theatre

Seating for up to 144 for dramatic presentations and variable placement of the audience, such as arena staging, with the audience on four sides, or thrust staging with the audience on three sides.

Art Galleries

On the art floor of the academic wing and throughout the lobby areas of the Main Theatre. The Gallery program includes exhibits by nationally known artists, as well as regional professionals, faculty, and students.

Academic Facilities

Art studios for painting, design, graphics, and weaving; a choral and instrumental room; acoustically isolated music practice rooms and music studios; numerous classrooms including a specially-designed audio-visual classroom.

Fine Arts Center Facility Policy

All practice, studio, rehearsal, performance, and other spaces within the Fine Arts Center are for educational university purposes and may not be used by students engaging in personal, profit-seeking ventures.

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Tours of the Fine Arts Center are free of charge by appointment for interested groups.  Please call 608-796-3737.

Weber Center for the Performing Arts

Weber exterior 4The Weber Center for the Performing Arts is a result of collaboration between Viterbo University and La Crosse Community Theatre (LCT).  Built in 2013, Weber Center is a venue for both organizations which works to further the area's arts community.  Viterbo University holds many performances and events in the 450-seat performance facility.

Weber Center for the Performing Arts
428 Front Street South
La Crosse, WI 54601

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