DLR Group Wraps New Phase of Oberlin College Green Arts District
Oberlin College recently celebrated the opening of the Eric Baker Nord Performing Arts Annex, part of a multi-phased design that includes the newly-completed Irene and Alan Wurtzel Theater. Nestled alongside the 1956 Hall Auditorium, this highly adaptable space encompasses nearly 24,000 SF, and serves as a multi-form home for Oberlin’s theater, dance, and opera departments. In addition to the adaptable theater, the Eric Baker Nord Performing Arts Annex also boasts a new lobby and event space, rehearsal space, dressing rooms, and scene and costume shops shared by both stage houses, as well as classrooms, labs, and studios for acting and the arts.
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