Renovations Begin on Chi Omega Greek Theatre Stage

Work begins on Greek Theatre stage.
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Work begins on Greek Theatre stage.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Renovations on the Chi Omega Greek Theatre stage began last week and are expected to be completed in late spring.

Leaks beneath the stage have become an increasing problem as the stage continues to crack and deteriorate. The renovations will repair the leaks and replace the stage top with a new layer of concrete. Students will still be able to access the seating area around the theatre during this time. This process is expected to be completed later this spring.

During this time, outdoor space reservations for the Greek Theatre will be unavailable. Those needing reservations should email for scheduling assistance or help finding alternative locations.


Breanna Lacy, communications coordinator
Facilities Management


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