|Apr. 29||Celebration of the Arts||7:30 pm|
|June 10||Wave Your Flag!||7:30 pm|
|Jan. 27||Transitions 2017: Empowering independent learning—Options for students with learning differences||7:30 am|
Dedicated in spring of 2010, the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University is home to live theatrical performances by the university's theater arts program and professional Live at Lynn series, as well as Conservatory of Music concerts and other university-hosted events.
The Wold Performing Arts Center, with seating for 750 guests, features superb acoustics, a modern lighting system, a bright, spacious lobby and flexible stage space well-suited for dramatic productions, concerts and other cultural events. The center's Schmidt Family Studio hosts smaller or more avant-garde productions.
Nationally acclaimed architect Herbert S. Newman designed the Wold Performing Arts Center, with an interior meant to mimic the inside of a violin. Construction of the Wold was funded by generous gifts from Elaine Johnson Wold and on behalf of her late husband Keith, along with contributions from individual donors. Mrs. Wold and her family committed $9.3 million for construction of the theater that now bears their names.
The Wold Performing Arts Center is available to rent for corporate events, large meetings, conferences and performances. Learn more about renting a facility at Lynn University.