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- Seats 2,600 people – Seating Chart
- Used for vesper performances, Classic Players performances, the annual opera and Living Gallery
- Famous for being one of the best-equipped collegiate stages in the Southeast
- Equipped with two electrically controlled contour curtains, a revolving stage, orchestra pit, three separate stage elevators and a large turntable purchased from the Center Theater in New York
- Contains the scene shop, storage dock, the large wardrobe for productions, dressing rooms and property rooms
- Unusual Films, the film production unit of Bob Jones University, is housed in the back of the auditorium
- Acts as both an academic teaching department and a professional motion picture and video studio
- Has produced many national and international award-winning films. Popular feature films include Sheffey, Flame in the Wind and The Printing
- Also produces multi-image productions such as Images of Light as well as other promotional films for the University
- Completed shortly after the University's move to Greenville in 1947
- Designed by Bob Jones Jr.
- Held all of the chapel services, artist series, and commencement activities until the completion of the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium
- Named in honor of Homer Rodeheaver (1880-1955)—Homer Rodeheaver was an honorary alumnus and member of the Board of Trustees. A close friend of Dr. Bob Jones Sr., and Dr. Bob Jones Jr., Rodeheaver served many years as the choir director for Evangelist Billy Sunday. Due to his concern about the crowded conditions of a chapel service in Cleveland, Tennessee, he donated $25,000 toward the construction of this new auditorium. Thus, this structure was named in his honor.