Platt Student Performing Arts House
Platt Student Performing Arts House offer a supportive programmatic home for creative exploration and expression. We advise and train student performers, developing the talents and tools they need to pursue a career in the arts or maintain lifelong passions.
The Performing Arts Council includes 46 student-run organizations staging more than 60 events each year – many of them conceptualized, curated, and rehearsed in Platt House's spacious lounge, rehearsal rooms, and Muravchick Cabaret Stage.
From stand-up comedy to spoken word poetry, from classical dance to experimental theatre, Penn students hone their skills in writing, directing and choreography in productions they can proudly call their own.
Community engagement efforts include the Platt After School Performing Arts at Penn Program, which serves neighborhood children, and a ticket donation initiative inviting community audiences to attend Penn performances.
Platt Student Performing Arts House is named for 1979 graduates Marc E. and Julie Beren Platt.