Administrative Office (918)-596-7122 or Ticket Office(918)-596-7111/24-hour Event Information 596-2525FAX:(918)-596-7144.
Director: John E. Scott.
Director of Marketing: Nancy C. Hermann.
Additional information: PAC Event Line: 596-2525. Includes recorded information and ticket prices for current productions. Ticket orders from outside Tulsa: 1-800-364-7111. Administration office: 596-7122.
A department of the City of Tulsa.
Located in the heart of downtown Tulsa, the Tulsa Performing Arts Center was designed by Minoru Yamasaki, architect of the World Trade Center. It is home to nationally recognized Tulsa Ballet and Tulsa Opera, along with Tulsa Town Hall, Chamber Music Tulsa, American Theatre Company, Theatre Tulsa, LOOK (Light Opera Oklahoma), Theatre North, the annual SummerStage festival and numerous other local and touring theatre groups. The center also hosts Celebrity Attractions' Broadway series. There are five theaters, a large reception hall, a collection of 76 pieces of art from local, national and international artists, and a gallery featuring a new exhibit each month
The PAC houses five theaters, large reception hall and a gallery:
CHAPMAN MUSIC HALL. Designed for concerts, opera, dance, films, large-scale Broadway theatrical productions, and meetings. Seats 2367.
JOHN H. WILLIAMS THEATRE. Created for stage plays, chamber music, dance and other programs requiring a more intimate, yet formal setting. Seats 437.
KATHLEEN P. WESTBY PAVILION. Approximately 3,000 sq. feet is available for public use for receptions, dinners, meetings. lectures, performances.
DOENGES THEATRE and NORMAN THEATRE. May be arranged in a variety of configurations for theater, dance, children's programs and meetings. Seating for up to 288 (Doenges Theatre) and 150 (Norman Theatre).
ROBERT J. LAFORTUNE STUDIO. Available for public use for lectures, receptions and seminars.
GALLERY. For receptions and exhibits.
OTHER SERVICES INCLUDE:
ONLINE TICKETING with MyTicketOffice.com.
TULSA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER TRUST. Mayoral appointed citizens who assist in guiding the PAC. The Trust lends assistance in financing building improvements and determining long-range goals. PAC TRUST PRESENTS touring productions such as August: Osage County, musical acts such as Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers, Imagination Series, Young at Art, free Brown Bag It Noon-time concerts, and sponsors the SummerStage Festival.
INTERMISSION MAGAZINE. Monthly official magazine of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Advertising: (918)-585-9924, ext. 217. Editorial: (918)-596-2368.