Rudd Auditorium, the venue where our campus community and guests convene for chapel programs and performance arts productions, is getting a facelift and expansion. A list of projects completed during Summer 2012 and a photo album are available below. The future projects for which funds are currently being raised are also listed below.
Completed Summer 2012
- Updated all seating and installed aisle lighting
- Installed new digital sound system–sound board, new speakers, and sound booth
- Painted and installed new carpet and light fixtures in auditorium, lobby, hallways, and staircases
- Began restroom renovations
To Be Completed (pending available funds)
- Add a new building facade and additional classroom, lab, and office space to the Landes Way side of the building
- Add additional space to the stage
- Finish restroom renovations
- Extend balcony seating to 400
- Upgrade landscaping, parking lots, and sidewalks
Artist's Renderings of Coming Projects
Rudd’s new “front” that will face the new entrance
Small group performance and reception area
Rudd Auditorium, Bryan’s iconic campus building, is named for Judson A. Rudd, Bryan’s third president (1933-1955). Over the course of its 35+-year history, Rudd has been the site of thousands of chapels, theatre and music productions, community events, and more. Here’s the place to share your favorite Rudd memory and to read others’ stories.
If you would like more information about this project, please contact Steve Keck at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423.775.7323.