The Acting Studio is located on the second floor of the east wing of the University Theatre Building.
The Acting Studio (C240) is a versatile performance space. When you are standing in the lobby of the University Theatre, look to your right up the stairs, where you will see the studio's red wall. Arrive early to choose a great seat in this general admission venue.
Boulder residents can catch a number of local buses to campus, including the Skip, Dash, 204, 225, Hop and Stampede. Single rides are $2.60.
Denver metro residents can catch the Flatiron Flyer, serving the Highway 36 corridor between Denver Union Station and the CU Boulder Campus. Single rides are $4.50.
Longmont residents can catch the Bolt into Downtown Boulder and transfer to any of the local bus routes mentioned above to reach the CU Boulder campus. Single rides are $4.50.
You can ride right up to the show, as all CU Presents venues have banks of outdoor bike racks nearby. Using Google Maps for directions is easy: just type in your starting point and destination and select the bicycle symbol.
Don't have your own wheels? Boulder B-cycle's easy, affordable bike-sharing system boasts 41 bike stations located around town and on the CU Boulder campus. Single rides start at $2, and monthly passes start at $11.
Skateboards are not allowed in our venues, but it's free and easy to store your board nearby. A skateboard rack is located in front of the Cristol Chemistry and Biochemistry lecture hall, on the east side of the courtyard fountain. Don't forget to bring your own lock.
Whether you're coming from down the street or from out of town, CU Boulder Parking and Transportation has various parking options for you. Pay for parking at the pay stations, or download the Parkmobile smartphone app for quick, easy parking reservation and payment.
Elevator access to the Box Office and accessible restrooms in the lower lobby are reached via the east entrance to the University Theatre Building. Elevator access to the Acting Studio is reached via the south entrance to the University Theatre next to the loading dock.
Patrons in wheelchairs can be accommodated at each Acting Studio event. If you'd like to make prior arrangements in order to receive the best possible seating, please call the Box Office at 303-492-8008.
Service dogs are welcome at all events. Please be aware that your dog will be within 3 feet of performers during the performance in this venue.
RTD’s Access-A-Ride is available for riders who have a disability that prevents them from using regular public transit. A single ride is $4.70. For more information, visit RTD’s website. Via also provides paratransit services for Colorado residents.
Concessions are available at CU Theatre and Dance performances courtesy of CU OnStage.
Late Seating: There is no late seating in the Acting Studio for ticketed performances.
Electronic Devices: Any light or sound (including vibration) emitting from cell phones or other electronic devices is disruptive and disrespectful to performers and other audience members. Please turn all devices off completely during events.
Recording Devices: No photography, video or sound recording of any kind is allowed during events.
Safety: To ensure your safety in case of fire or any other emergency, please note the exit route nearest to your seat when you arrive.
Smoking: Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the CU Boulder campus.
Personal Belongings: Skateboards, backpacks and other large personal belongings are not allowed in this venue.
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