The primary function of the University Theatre Services department is to provide technical, box office, promotional, financial and managerial support, as required, for the productions of the Faculty of Fine Arts. The Department is also responsible for the management and operation of the University Theatre and the Boris Roubakine Recital Hall. Specific services offered to the Department of Drama include ensuring the operational condition of the University Theatre, set construction, lighting, sound, painting, inventory control, cartage and storage. Services offered to the Department of Music include setup for concerts, recitals and rehearsals, stage management and recording of performances. Services offered to the program of Dance include design services, technical direction and performance management. The University Theatre Services, through its manager, reports directly to the Office of the Vice-President (Services) who shall be assisted by an advisory committee known as the University Theatres Advisory Committee.
The first meeting of the University Theatre Advisory Committee was held in June, 1981. The Committee's terms of reference were the development, administration and review of policy associated with the general responibilities, organizational relationships and budget guidelines of the Department of University Theatres Services. The Committee advised the VP (Services) on matters relating to the daily management and operations of the University Theatre and the Boris Roubakine Recital Hall