Arts Venue & Ticket Information
The Arts @ Seton Hill
Seton Hill students involved in music, theatre, art and dance bring Greensburg to life, with help from the community members of all ages who learn and perform through the Community Arts Program.
Theatre, art, dance and music majors have multiple opportunities to perform and exhibit while learning their craft, and students of all majors are welcome to create, dance, sing or make music through active participation in Seton Hill performances and exhibitions. Students can also attend all visual and performing arts events for free, or at a significantly reduced cost.
Performances and exhibits are also open to the public.
Many performances and exhibits are free and open to the public. If tickets are required, they can be purchased online or in-person through Seton Hill's Box Office.
Performing Arts Center
Two world-class performing venues (the Ryan Theatre and Reichgut Concert Hall) make the Performing Arts Center one of the premier places to enjoy the arts in Greensburg. The "PAC" (as it is referred to on The Hill), is a place you'll want to experience again and again. The Performing Arts Center is located at 100 Harrison Ave, Greensburg, Pa. 15601
Art exhibits and some dance performances - along with classes, workshops and special events - are hosted at Seton Hill's award-winning Arts Center. The Seton Hill Arts Center is located at 205 West Otterman Street, Greensburg, Pa. 15601, just one block from the Performing Arts Center in downtown Greensburg's historic arts corridor.
Harlan & Harris Galleries
Seton Hill's Harlan Gallery and Jodee Harris Gallery, located in the Seton Hill Arts Center, are professional venues that offer a variety of exhibitions by renowned artists in addition to exhibiting student work. This environment for experiencing art, examining issues and ideas, and engaging a diverse audience supports both the university and the larger regional community. The galleries host free, public artist talks and lectures, symposia and related events in conjunction with many exhibits.
Parking for Both Centers
Available on-street and in nearby surface lots and garages in downtown Greensburg (including the Bell Parking Garage across the street from the Performing Arts Center). More information on parking in Greensburg can be found at www.greensburg.pa.org. Seton Hill students can also ride the University shuttle from the Hill to either Center.
The Centers strive to make performances and facilities accessible to all of our patrons. If you have questions about accessibility or need assistance or special accommodations, please call the Box Office: (724) 552-2929.