Haselden completed construction of this dynamic meeting and performance space on the campus of Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, Colo., in early 2014. The project was designed by Larson Incitti Architects, and Inline Management served as the owner’s representative.

The two-story building joins the girls’ and boys’ schools and houses a 490-seat amphitheater, practice rooms for students of music and theater, a theatre-production shop and dressing rooms. The center is used for performances, assemblies, masses, meetings, lectures and student competitions. The new building also serves as a center for the high school’s journalism program, college counseling and the management of alumni affairs.

Additional features include an apparel shop and student snack bar (with WiFi hotspot) in the main lobby, and a full-service kitchen with adjacent seating. This commons area also serves as the theater’s lobby and as an informal community gathering space.