Pennsylvania State University at York

Pullo Family Performing Arts Center

The Pullo Family Performing Arts Center, which opened in 2005, is a multi-purpose space that hosts a diverse array of touring shows and concerts, as well as cultural, community and educational events. The theatre’s stagehouse is among the largest in the area, and it is equipped with a full complement of counterweight rigging sets. An orchestra shell and tracked curtains create a venue that is suitable for both symphony and amplified events. The 1000 seat room was designed to be a comfortable environment for campus events with small groups. Parterre seating and a balcony work together to create a sense of intimacy. The $12 million facility also includes general purpose and classroom space. A two-level atrium connects the Pullo Center to the new Glatfelter Library.

  • Client: Pennsylvania State University
  • Architect: Murphy & Dittenhafer
  • Completion Year: 2005
  • Location: York, Pennsylvania
  • Acoustician: Acoustic Dimensions
  • Building Size: 71,000 s.f.
  • Capacity: 1,000 seats


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