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Henry Lee Irwin Theater
Inside the Henry Lee Irwin Theater
The Henry Lee Irwin Theater is the Ateneo’s premiere venue for the performance arts. With a seating capacity of 1,131, it is also the ideal venue for conventions, corporate promotional activities, graduations, and movie premieres. With a grand piano in the theater, it is also perfect for recitals and musical shows.

The theater has a light and sound control booth, memory-controlled stage lighting system with two follow spots and cyclorama, complete sound system with recording and playback equipment, stage drapery and manual counterweight fly system, 35mm movie projection system with a 22 x 51 screen, 12 intercom stations, Yamaha grand piano, two dressing rooms with showers, and a centralized air-conditioning system.

Henry Lee Irwin Theater at night

CONTACT INFORMATION

Marketing and Property Administration Office
Room XH106, West Wing, Xavier Hall
Ateneo de Manila University

Directline and  Facsimile : (632) 426-60-69
Trunkline : (632) 426-60-01 to 30
Local : 4071 – Booking and Reservations
             4079 – Building Admin and Housekeeping
             7231  – Henry Lee Irwin SJ Theater
             4070 – Head
e-mail: mpao@admu.edu.ph

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Office Hours

Monday to Friday : 8am –   5pm
Saturday                  : 8am – 12nn


Fine Arts Theater
The Fine Arts Theater is an 80-seater venue used as the laboratory of theater arts students in their fine arts classes. It is also used for staging plays, dance performances, poetry reading, book launching programs and other art-related events.     

Fine Arts Exhibit Hall
The Fine Arts Exhibit Hall is an open space that can be used for exhibits and performances such as plays and concerts. It is directly linked to the Fine Arts Dance Studio through a divider. During special events that need expansive space, the divider can be put down to accommodate more people.




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