A complete interior renovation of the historic Civic Center Music Hall included accommodations for major theatrical, dance and musical groups, a multi-story atrium, balconies, box seats and suites, excellent acoustics, and a hydraulic orchestra pit.
The centerpiece of the Music Hall is the Thelma Gaylord Performing Arts Theatre, a "building within a building" that stands inside the shell of the original Municipal Auditorium.
Other new or remodeled venues include the Meinders Hall of Mirrors, the Freede Little Theatre, the Joel Levine Rehearsal Hall and CitySpace, a "black box" minimalist theater.
Call the box office at (405) 297-2264 or (800) 364-7111.
The Music Hall is operated by the Parks & Recreation Department.
- Completed: 2001
- Cost: $53 million
- Architect: Richard R. Brown & Associates
- Contractor: Flintco Construction Co.