The Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts is home to music, dance & theatre departments & the Denison Museum — building campus collaboration.
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740-587-6544

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Denison Museum
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Established 2019
Designer/Architect Westlake Reed Leskosky
Denison University received a grant to build the new performing arts building, positioning Denison as a top liberal arts college for arts-oriented students. The Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts opened in summer 2019.

More about Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts

The Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts is a dynamic, interactive space where students and faculty work together across disciplines. Home to the departments of Dance, Music, and Theatre, the Eisner Center also encompasses the former Burke Hall, which includes the Denison Museum and the Burke Gallery for exhibitions.

The Eisner Center houses versatile stages and rehearsal spaces with cutting-edge technologies; classrooms specifically equipped for the arts; department offices; and many open spaces especially configured to encourage interdisciplinary activity. All told, Denison now offers its students, faculty, and programs more than 108,000 square feet of enterprising space to collaborate, create, and produce a wide spectrum of performing arts, in keeping with our long tradition of excellence.

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Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts Archives

Behind the scenes of 'The Lion King'

Mo Stemen '07 shares some stories and tips (hobbies can become a business) from her vantage point inside the production of "The Lion King"

Jennifer Garner '94

Jennifer Garner '94 Heads Back to TV

Jennifer Garner '94 joins Lena Dunham on her new series, "Camping" — Garner's first TV role since Alias wrapped its five-season run on ABC in 2006.

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Hollywood Reporter

Septura Brass Septet

Septura brings together London’s leading players to redefine brass chamber music through the uniquely expressive sound of the brass septet.