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Theatre Facilities

The 670-seat Corbett Auditorium has undergone a five-million dollar renovation - the result is one of the most visually striking and acoustically balanced college theatres in the nation. Corbett Auditorium is very well equipped with a 54'-0" proscenium, hydraulic lift, dimmer-per-circuit lighting and extensive sound and video circuiting.

Corbett Auditorium won the prestigious 1997 USITT Meritorious Achievement Award for Outstanding New Theatre.

Corbett Auditorium is home to our orchestral, jazz, and vocal ensembles, as well as occasional opera and musical theatre productions. No dramas are performed in this facility.


The 380-seat Patricia Corbett Theater features a modified-thrust stage with a 42'-0" proscenium opening. The Theater recently underwent an extensive half-million dollar lighting system renovation. Designed by Ming Cho Lee - this theater has a Bayreuth style pit and steeply raked intimate seating.

CCM Acting presents two productions per year in this facility.


The Cohen Family Studio Theater is a one-of-a-kind flexible space. This venue incorporates a unique architectural 'apse' within the outer structure of a more traditional large black-box with a multitude of staging possibilities through the use of modular seating. The theater, with flexible seating for approximately 150, serves as the home for CCM's workshop series and laboratory productions.

CCM Acting produces two productions per year in this facility.


The 250-seat Werner Recital Hall serves as a performance and rehearsal space for chamber music, ensemble and recital performances. This intimate, comfortable hall supports activities at CCM ranging from faculty artist and student recitals to appearances by distinguished visiting artists and ensembles.


The CCM Village
In 1999 CCM celebrated the $93.2 million, completion of its "campus village" a collection of renovated and new buildings that has significantly enhanced teaching and performance capabilities. The new complex stresses the synergy between the performing arts and electronic media and effectively accommodates CCM's vast performance calendar.




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Working Actors

Sarah Jane Fridlich

Sarah Jane Fridlich (CCM Acting 2003) in Sideways Stories From Wayside School at the Orlando Repertory Theatre, where she also appeared in Charlotte's Web. She has also appeared with Mad Cow Theatre in The Heiress, in Leading Ladies with Theatre Winter Haven, and in The Boy's Own Jedi Handbook in the Orlando Fringe Festival.

Dr. Rick Coons

Rick Coons
(CCM Acting 1999)
Rick is now a psychologist. Dr. Coons received his masters in clinical psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles with an emphasis in LGBT psychology.  From there, he continued in the clinical psychology program at the California School of Professional Psychology and received his doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis in multicultural and community psychology. 

Dr. Coons has worked as a therapist in several community health centers including AIDS Project Los Angeles, AIDS Service Center, Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, South Central Training Consortium, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Division of Adolescent Medicine-High Risk Youth Program and Clearview Addiction Treatment Programs Los Angeles providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy.

Currently, Dr. Coons works in private practice as a psychologist assistant in the Hollywood/Los Feliz area.

Will Kiley

Will Kiley
(CCM Acting 2013)

Will has settled in Chicago, IL where he is a proud Jackalope Theatre Company member and manager/curator of their store-front theatre space The Frontier. Jackalope was recently voted "top up and coming theatre company" by Time-Out Chicago and their most recent production Exit Strategy was heralded by the Chicago Tribune as an "overall experience comparable to those famously seminal moments of Chicago theater — early Steppenwolf Theatre productions, say, or the Remains Theatre beginnings, or the Goodman Theatre's Stage 2, or David Mamet's work for the St. Nicholas Players." While in Chicago he has also worked with Raven Theatre, Northlight, Next, Buzz 22 and Collaboraction. This summer, Will will return to Northwestern University as a member of the National High School Institutes' acting faculty before traveling to Edinburgh Scotland for the International Fringe Festival.