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James F. Miller Theatre Complex

Eugene, OR United States

THA Architecture

 

Project Description

The James F. Miller Theatre Complex is the first major expansion of theatre facilities at the University of Oregon since the 1949 addition of the Robinson Theatre. The goal of the project was to provide the Theatre Arts Department the facilities needed for growth in capacity as well as quality of instruction, while unifying the various components of the James F. Miller Theatre Complex and enhancing the fabric of the University campus. The largest project element is the addition of a studio theatre, the Hope Theatre, to provide a flexible venue for a wide variety of audience and stage relationships. The design for the new studio theatre provides a flexible theatre space where the performance area, seating and lighting can quickly and easily be reconfigured. An expanded glass lobby opens to both the Hope Theatre and the Robinson Theatre. The lobby design is a transparent portal that welcomes the community and can accommodate a range of events, from ticket sales to pre-show activities, opening night receptions and theater intermissions. In the warmer months, the exterior terraces serve as an extension of the lobby, allowing visitors to flow outside and in to the tree-shaded landscape.

 

Project Details

James F. Miller Theatre Complex
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    Jonah Cohen
Consultants:
  • Project Manager: Jane Barker 
  • Project Designer: Thomas Hacker 
  • Project Architect: Annie Mahoney 
  • General Contractor: Fortis Construction 
  • Landscape Consultant: Cameron McCarthy Gilbert & Scheibe 
  • Structural Engineer: Catena Consulting Engineers 
  • Mechanical Engineer: PAE Consulting Engineers 
  • Electrical Engineer: PAE Consulting Engineers 
  • Acoustics: Dohn and Associates 
  • Civil Engineer: Harper Houf Peterson Righellis 
  • Theater: The Shalleck Collaborative 
 
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    25,000 sq ft
 
 
 

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