Lee Hall Auditorium
Lee Hall was built on the highest hill in Tallahassee, Florida in 1928. A $4.3 million remodeling job on the facility was completed in time for a rededication ceremony in April, 1993. Its picturesque location at the center of the Florida A&M University campus is enhanced with fountains gracing the entrance to the building. This landmark houses the office of the University President and others, and its 1190 seat, completely redesigned auditorium.
Lee Hall Auditorium is a fully-equipped and beautifully designed theatre. The auditorium seats 677 on the floor and 513 in the balcony with an additional area designated for physically disabled audience members. It is equipped with modern lighting and audio systems, and a full orchestra shell for concerts. With its oak paneled walls and plexiglass sound baffles, it is acoustically very sensitive as well as architecturally attractive.
For booking information please download the Lee Hall Auditorium User Memo and the Event Summary Form.
Downloadable Forms (PDF)
- Lee Hall Auditorium User Memo This document outlines the booking procedures for Lee Hall Auditorium. It constitutes the agreement between all users and the auditorium management.
- Event Summary Form The purpose of this form is to provide us with an acurate description of the event. Please provide sketches of floor plans, details of activities, programs or calendars you may have. This will help us to estimate the services needed for an efficiently executed event.
- Fly System
- Lighting System
- Audio System
- Backstage Facilities
- Booking and Operating Procedures
- Pre-Event Preparations, Event Activities and Post Event Procedures
For more information contact:
A. Thomas Cavano
111-A Lee Hall
Florida A&M University
Tallahassee, Florida 32307