Ted Paul Theatre - Death of a Salesman
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Ted Paul Theatre
The Department's main stage productions occur in the Performing Arts Center's Ted Paul Theatre, a 529-seat, proscenium stage with complete fly capabilities, hydraulic stage pit, computerized light board and well-equipped adjacent scene and costume shops.
Minnesota State University, Mankato's Performing Arts Center was completed in 1967, and is so named to suggest the functions of the disciplines of music and speech which take place there. Formerly called the Music-Speech Building, the center contains the Ted Paul Theater, named in honor of Dr. Ted Paul Jr., director of theater at Mankato State from 1950 until his retirement in 1980, and the Elias J. Halling Recital Hall, named in honor of Elias J. Halling, who came to Mankato State in 1936 as vocal music teacher and retired in 1974 as associate dean of the MSU School of Arts and Science. The building also houses scene and costume shops, band and choir rooms, music library, and various studios, classrooms, practice rooms, and related offices.
This picture was taken on November 9, 2001