Wertheim Performing Arts Center
The Hebert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center (WPAC) opened in 1996, and houses the FIU Department of Theatre and FIU School of Music. The WPAC is one of Miami's premiere collegiate theatrical and concert venues. It is located on FIU's Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC).
Theatre majors present four productions per season at the Mainstage Theatre, which is a 200-seat venue with a fly system. The upcoming season will feature professional-grade productions of "Songs for a New World," "Medea," "Judas Iscariot," and "The Liar."
The facility also features the 600-seat Wertheim Concert Hall and smaller (150-seat) recital hall. Music majors have the use of practice rooms, instrumental rehearsal halls, computer music studios, faculty teaching studios, an organ studio containing a two-manual Schlicher practice pipe organ, and a 74-rank Schantz pipe organ considered to be the ﬁnest in the southeast United States.