The Regent Theatre Complex, which houses the Department of Drama and Syracuse Stage, contains three theaters and a cabaret space. These four performance spaces provide the broadest range of staging possibilities, from conventional proscenium to theater-in-the-round.
-The John D. Archbold Theatre is a 499-seat proscenium theater where Syracuse Stage productions, including the collaborative productions with the Department of Drama, are produced.
-The Arthur Storch Theatre is a 200-seat proscenium theater. The main stage Department of Drama productions are produced here.
-The Black Box Laboratory Theatre is an intimate and flexible space used for short plays and experimental efforts, mostly produced entirely by students in the Department of Drama. It seats 65 audience members in a variety of configurations.
-The Sutton Pavilion provides students with a versatile cabaret space for late-night entertainment for Syracuse University and the greater Syracuse communities.
The complex also includes dance studios, design and craft studios, lecture rooms, performance/rehearsal studios, seminar rooms, musical practice rooms, locker rooms, and showers as well as the professionally staffed technical shops that build the Syracuse Stage and Department of Drama productions. Facilities for the department also include adjacent buildings with stage management classroom and office spaces; theater design and technology studios, classrooms, and CAD lab; and a performance classroom.