The venue, which is for repertoire and production project performances, has sound and lighting equipment including ellipsoidal reflector spotlights. Its box-shaped structure enables students to make a various experiments by changing the arrangement of a stage and seats.
This room is for practical courses on movement, breathing, phonation, and production. Students also use the room for an individual or group practice. The wood-floored room equipped with A/V system has a piano, a ballet bar, and mirror.
Not only are costume-related classes provided in the room, but also students make costumes using sewing machines here. The room is designed to produce all the stage costumes necessary for the School performances and enhance the practical ability of the students of costume design major.
The room, which has drawing and work stands, is for the classes of the Department of Stage Design. Students are not only taking courses there but also working on the stage and graphic design for the performances in the School.
Students learn how to utilize computers. The room has computers, scanners, and ink-jet printers.
Drama- and play-writing courses are offered in the room equipped with computers and printers. It is also utilized as a venue for discussions or seminars, encouraging students to train themselves as creative writers.
The room, which is larger than other rooms, is shared by five Departments and mainly used to provide theoretical courses. The room, equipped with A/V system and tables, is also for seminars, colloquiums, and symposiums.