Tulsa Performing Arts Center Tickets
Tulsa Performing Arts Center Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Tulsa Performing Arts Center Information
Tulsa Performing Arts Center
Seating in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center stands at the vanguard of the cultural life in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Built by private donations and managed by the City of Tulsa the PAC brings a cross section of the arts to the people of the region. As a point of interest, the Tulsa Performing Arts Center was designed by Minoru Yamasaki, the same architect who designed the World Trade Center.
Designed to offer the City of Tulsa events of every size and description the Tulsa Performing Arts Center boasts four theaters of various size and design. The Chapman Music Hall seating chart is designed to hold 2,365 and is noted for its acoustic excellence. Used primarily for symphony and orchestral concerts, Chapman Music Hall also plays host to contemporary artist on tour.
The John H. Williams Theatre in the Performing Arts Center has a seating chart of 430. This is the perfect place to catch local theatre productions by Tulsa’s performing arts groups. Comedy, drama, and musicals are part of the schedule. The Liddy Doenges and Charles E Norman are both smaller theatres that can be adapted to various sizes depending on demand. Both offer plays, intimate concerts, and dance productions.
Open since 1977, seating in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center offers enough range and variety to keep any patron of the arts happy. From dance to theatre to symphony, seats in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center are waiting for you at GoTickets.com.