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Built in 1907, Dulany Auditorium is the oldest building on the William Woods University campus. Mrs. D.M. Dulany contributed $7,500 toward construction of the $24,000 building in memory of her husband. The stained glass portrait windows are of D.M. Dulany, W.H. Dulany and Benjamin L. Locke, all early supporters of the college. The building was used for chapel services and lectures during the early days, and it is now used for concerts and theatrical performances.
Juanita K. Hammons Hall, located on the campus of Missouri State University, is a state-of-the-art performing arts center presenting national touring Broadway shows and a wide variety of other artists and performances.
Springfield Contemporary Theatre presents a wide variety of year-round productions. Formerly housed at the Vandivort Center Theatre, past productions include such landmark area premieres as Hair; The Rocky Horror Show; Nine: The Musical; The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?; Wit; Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps; 33 Variations and Avenue Q.
SCT is dedicated to the production of works that can be re-energized through a contemporary view and through an intimate staging while using outstanding directors, local actors and guest professionals throughout the season.
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