The Communications Lab Building (COM) is closed for renovation and upgrades.
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If you cannot find the information you're looking for, please contact Shannon Stewart at (360) 867-5896.
Construction is scheduled from Fall 2011 - Fall 2013. Changes to this schedule are possible.
Orchestra Rehearsal | COM 110
Originally designed as an orchestra rehearsal hall, this large, flexible space is often used for lectures, presentations, dance rehearsals, audio recording and theatre rehearsals. It's equipped with an Orissi dance floor, mobile dance mirrors, a podium, rolling chalkboard and piano. The 4 and 8-track recording studio; COM 111a, is adjacent to this space. Seats approximately 100.
Chorus Rehearsal | COM 117
This medium-sized facility seats up to 50 people. A podium, rolling chalkboard and piano are available for use. It features a raked floor of ascending stair-step levels. There is an adjacent 16-track recording studio, room 118/119.
Theatre & Dance Rehearsal | COM 209
This multi-use space is used for dance and theatre rehearsals. It can be set up with minimal seating and lighting to create an intimate performance space with up to 70 seats. Equipped with a fixed grid for hanging lighting instruments and black curtains and a small sound system for audio playback. In addition it features a wooden sprung dance floor, ballet barre, mirrors, and a piano.
Dance Rehearsal | COM 210
This multi-use space is used primarily for dance rehearsals. It features a wooden sprung floor that can be covered by portable dance flooring upon request. In addition it is equipped with dimmable lights, mirrors, black curtains, an audio playback system and a ballet barre that accommodates 15.
Piano Practice Rooms | COM 314, 317, 318
COM 314, 317, and 318 each contain grand pianos and are open during regular building hours on a drop in basis .
Special Access Piano Practice Room | COM 315
COM 315 is equipped with a grand piano, reserved for students whose academic work focuses on music composition or performance.