Clowes Memorial Hall is the anchor of the Butler Arts Center. With 2,123 seats and a more than 53 year history, the venue remains Indiana’s most versatile and professional performance space, having welcomed the world’s greatest talent and personalities—a star-studded list that includes Maya Angelou, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Itzhak Perlman, Wynton Marsalis and Sir Elton John.

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The Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts, completed in 2013, is a one-of-a-kind, student- and community-focused facility. At just 454 seats, but with a full-size proscenium stage, the space is designed to optimize acoustics and sightlines, and is equally well-suited for music, dance, and theatre. The intimate venue is home to many of the Jordan College of the Arts's major ensemble performances. 

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Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall is an intimate space designed for student, faculty, and guest recitals by the School of Music, as well as small concerts, talks, and lectures. Located in Butler University’s iconic Robertson Hall, the performance space, which seats 138, opened in 2004 and includes a 300 square foot white oak stage. 

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Lilly Hall Studio Theatre is home to the renowned Butler Theatre who produce a wide range of classics, world premieres, and devised works each year. Situated next door to Clowes Memorial Hall, Lilly Hall Studio Theatre (Lilly Hall 168) is a flexible space, which can seat more than 100 audience members in various arrangements. Lilly Hall Studio Theatre hosts 3-4 productions each year. 

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