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Glade Theatre

Glade theaterThe outdoor amphitheater below Harris Dining Hall was built in 1968 for well-known Texas State Playwright-in-Residence Ramsey Yelvington’s Texian Trilogy. The play premiered that season, but the shady, rock-benched theatre went unused after that until spring 1995, when it reopened with a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

The Department of Theatre and Dance produces a play at the theatre each spring semester.