The Fairfield High School Performing Arts Center is a 750-seat, state-of-the-art, performance venue. Stadium-style seating allows for great viewing from all seating.
The theatre is equipped with the latest in sound and lighting technology, along with full fly space, large wing space and a massive orchestra pit.
Wheelchair accessible seating is available in the front and back of the house.
The Performing Arts Center was part of the construction of Fairfield High School, opened in the fall of 1997. Consulting on the design were Jim and Pat Davis, longtime theatre directors at Fairfield High School, and founding members of Fairfield Summer Theatre.