Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
|The Tobin facade|
|Address||115 Auditorium Circle
|Coordinates||Coordinates: Unknown argument format
|Capacity||H-E-B Performance Hall: 1,760
Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater: 300
Riverwalk Plaza: 600
|Built||1926 (opened as San Antonio Municipal Auditorium)|
|Reopened||Sept 4, 2014|
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is San Antonio's performing arts center. It is located next to the San Antonio Riverwalk. It is named for Robert L.B. Tobin, one of the city's most prominent residents.
The 1738 seat venue was first built in 1926 as the San Antonio Municipal Auditorium by Atlee Ayres, and was later renovated and fully expanded by the Seattle-based LMN Architects and the local firm Marmon Mok Architecture in 2014 to its current status.
Performance and other venues
H-E-B Performance Hall
This 1738-seat theater at the core of the Center was designed to accommodate both acoustic and amplified performances with the specific intent of being the home to the San Antonio Symphony, Opera San Antonio, and Ballet San Antonio.
Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater
Built as a "black box theater", the hexagon shaped space is a unique venue that offers a blank canvas customizable for any event.
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