About the W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts

The W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts, also known as the PAC, is home to multiple performance spaces, including a large black box theater with flexible seating, an acting studio, dance studio, scenic and costume shops, dressing rooms, classroom, and music practice rooms. 

Follow the link under the highlights for a virtual tour of the PAC!

PAC Highlights

Jesuit Theatre

Our primary performance space is a black box theatre that features state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment and moveable seating that typically accommodates about 200 audience members. Performances every year include fully-staged musicals, plays, theatre for young audiences, music and dance concerts, experimental productions, guest artists, and film showings.

Marren Studio

Our smaller theatre space is located on the second floor. It is used for acting and music classes, rehearsals, and many student-directed performances. It is equipped with theatre lighting and a sound system for productions.

Dance Studio

This alternate performance space and movement classroom has a dance floor, large mirrors, lighting grid, and a sound system. Le Moyne College dance groups and student actors practice here.

Costume Shop

Fully equipped with worktables, sewing machines, and dressing rooms. Our resident costume designer and students create clothing and accessories for our performances each semester.

Design Studio

This creative classroom space has computer workstations, a large format printer, and model building tools and equipment.

Scene Shop
If you can dream it, you can build it with our professional woodworking and welding equipment under the expert guidance of our Technical Director. This workspace holds tools, lumber, steel, paint and equipment to create scenery and props for the many productions. It connects to the Jesuit Theatre for quick scene changes and has a prop storage room as well.

Explore the PAC

Begin a three hundred and sixty degree virtual walk through of the Performing Arts Center.

Explore the facility by using the navigation arrows on the flooror double clicking where you would like to move to next.

You can see multiple rooms or take a look outside by clicking "View on Google Maps" in the top left corner, then "W. Carroll Coyne Center for Performing Arts." Scroll down to see images and more 360 views.