This theater renovation at Rosemont College was recently completed and is now named the Rotwitt Theater at the McShain Performing Arts Center in honor of generous donors Jeffrey and Dianne Rotwitt. The renovation fulfills the Rotwitt’s goal of creating a performance and learning space enjoyed by present and future Rosemont students, as well as the entire College community. The auditorium is now a state-of-the-art resource for students, faculty and visitors and is enhancing the spirit that has made Rosemont unique and special. Built in 1953, McShain Auditorium has housed many memorable College events and performances over many decades. This renovation upgraded mechanical and electrical systems and modernized the space to accommodate the needs of present-day activities and increase its appeal to organizations in search of a rental venue. Several local cultural arts groups routinely use the Theater to stage a variety of performances.