This magnificent multi-purpose theater is lined with red plush cushioned seats, a fly loft, backstage dressing rooms, make-up area, stagecraft scene shop, TV Production studio, indoor lobby/gallery and classroom space for the visual arts, ceramics, photography, an outdoor sculpture garden, music space, and a canopied reception area set off by the Legacy Courtyard of personalized bricks and pavers. The 4,500 square foot fully lighted canopy greets all visitors with a Broadway atmosphere as they enter the theater.
The White Center has allowed us to add significant courses to our curriculum in the Fine Arts and Performing Arts areas. Ceramics and Stagecraft are some of the most popular among the students.
The White Family Center for the Arts was formally named and dedicated on November 18, 2004 by Bishop, Robert N. Lynch.