Occupying a half city block in Tulsa’s historic downtown, the Performing Arts Center is the design of Minoru Yamasaki, architect of the former World Trade Center towers. The PAC houses four theaters, a studio space and a large reception hall.
The Center’s largest theater is Chapman Music Hall, seating 2,365. Its main entrance is on 3rd Street. The facility’s second largest theatre is the 430-fixed-seat John H. Williams Theatre. The Liddy Doenges and Charles E. Norman Theatres offer flexible seating. The Williams, Doenges and Norman Theatres are accessed from the PAC’s Second Street entrance. A ticket office is open in the 2nd Street lobby prior to events in those theatres. The Westby Pavilion and Robert J. LaFortune Studio are located on the PAC’s Promenade level. All spaces at the PAC may be rented by the public.