The Division of Theatre & Dance produces 4 mainstage productions per year in the Bud Frank Theatre, located in Gilbreath Hall on ETSU's main campus. This 209 seat proscenium stage is named after the Theatre Program founder Harold (Bud) Frank, who taught acting and directing in the Department of Communication along with his wife Daryl, who specialized in children's theatre and stage movement. Additionally experimental works are produced in the newly renovated Studio 205, a performance lab located in the Campus Center Building on the main campus.
The main campus is located at 807 University Parkway, Johnson City, TN 37614.
Designated parking is enforced Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. After 3:30 pm on weekdays and during weekends and holidays, students and employees may park in any designated Faculty, Staff, or Student parking space.
Signs are located at the entrance to the parking lots that designate the type of reserved parking. There are also curb markings to designate the category of parking.
The signs and curb markings are displayed as follows: