Opened in 1974 and later named for former University President Milton S. Eisenhower, the modern-style auditorium hosts almost 200 events each year. Most of the events presented by the Center for the Performing Arts occur on the Eisenhower stage.(1)
|Dwight and Milton Eisenhower|
Milton Eisenhower died of cancer in Baltimore, Maryland in May 1985, at the age of 85.
The Milton S. Eisenhower Auditorium is Penn State's major multi-purpose performing arts facility and home to the Center for the Performing Arts. The 2,455/2,551 seat (depending on orchestra requirements) proscenium stage theatre presents programs by nationally and internationally recognized performers in music, drama and dance, and is open all year to the Central Pennsylvania community.
Jerry performed here on
11/16/84 John Kahn (acoustic)