• MEET THE NEW ROBLE


WELCOME TO THE NEW ROBLE GYM!

Roble Gymnasium Building re-opens in Fall 2016 as Stanford’s newest arts building. Originally built in 1931 as the women’s gymnasium, the $28 million renovation created new theatrical performance spaces and updated several dance studios, rehearsal spaces, and classrooms. Roble houses the Roble Studio Theater, a large black box theater; the Roble Dance Studio, a beautiful dance performance space in keeping with its original Spanish architecture; several acting and dance rehearsal spaces; the TAPS main office; faculty offices; and administrative staff offices.


ROBLE STUDIO THEATER


STAGE

Roble Studio Theater is a fully renovated 6540 square-foot black-box theater with flexible seating arrangements and state-of-the-art equipment.

the booth

Located on the second floor above the stage, the Roble Booth provides a unique aerial view of the stage for stage managers, designers, and performance run crew.

dressing rooms

Two dressing rooms, complete with fully-lit vanity mirrors, storage cubbies and drawers, and video monitors to the stage, afford ample room for actors to dress.

green room

Just off the stage doors, and with a kitchenette, plenty of seating options, and video feed of the stage, the Green Room is a spacious area for actors to lounge.


ROBLE GYM STUDIO SPACES


ROBLE DANCE STUDIO

Roble Dance Studio is a 5220 square-foot dance studio with a sprung hardwood floor, built-in balcony, and customizable seating arrangements.

STUDIO 114

Studio 114 is an 890 square-foot dance and movement studio with a sprung hardwood floor and one wall-to-wall mirror.

STUDIO 115

Studio 115 is a skylit, 3067 square-foot dance and movement rehearsal studio with a cushioned dance wood floor and two wall-to-wall mirrors.

STUDIO 117

Roble Studio 117 is a 540 square-foot basic acting studio with a rubber floor over concrete.

STUDIO 136

Studio 136 is a 900 square-foot acting rehearsal space with a sprung floor and a selection of rehearsal furniture.