T.F. Green Hall

Theodore Francis Green Hall

T. F. Green, which re-opened after renovation in September 2003, is a student-run center for the arts. The T.F. Green Administrative Board and Production Workshop work collaboratively with the Student Activities Office to provide oversight of the facility. The hall is named after Theodore Francis Green, Class of 1887. Theodore Francis Green was the 57th governor of Rhode Island (1933-36) and served in the United States Senate (1937-61).

T. F. Green is located at 7 Young Orchard Avenue. It is card accessible to all Brown students. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the TF Green Student Coordinators at [email protected].

Meeting and Function Rooms

Production Workshop schedules the use of the main performance venues: a larger black box theatre called the Downspace (room 101) and a smaller black box theatre (room 203) called the Upspace. Use of other rooms is reserved through the University Scheduling Office.

Other music and practice spaces and production spaces are available elsewhere on campus.

Student Organization Offices and Storage

102: Box Office
Production Workshop

108 & 112 - Practice Room
Brown Music Co-op

110: Studio
Brown Motion Pictures

117: Storage
Gendo Taiko
Musical Forum
Shakespeare on the Green

205A: Storage
Fusion Dance Company
Salsashotokan Karate
Skorts Sketch Comedy
Tang Soo Do

207: Storage
Brown Opera Productions

216: Storage
Bloco da Brown
Brown Band
Brown Ballroom Dance
Lion Dance

218: Storage
Poler Bears