The Tulsa Performing Arts Center (aka Tulsa PAC) is a four theater performing arts venue. There are regular performances by the Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera and Tulsa Symphony. The largest theater, Chapman Music Hall, can seat 2365 and has been host to performers such as Kelly Clarkson, Michael Bublé, and many more. The other theatres are John H Williams Theatre (437 seats), Liddy Doenges Theatre (300 capacity), and Charles E. Norman Theatre (approximately 200 capacity)
The city own and operated building was built and 1977 and was designed by Minoru Yamasaki. The Tulsa PAC was a joint venture project with John H. Williams of The Williams Companies, a fortune 500 energy company. The venue went through a major retrofit in the early 1990s and a major expansion in 2000. The Tulsa PAC is a major local hub for the performing arts in Tulsa.
-Chapman Music Hall : 2365 Seats
-John H. Williams Theatre : 437 Seats
-Liddy Doenges Theatre : Up to 300
-Charles E. Norman Theatre : Less than 200
-Kathleen P. Westby Pavillion : Westby Pavilion can seat 160 comfortably (eight at 20, 66″ round tables) and 240
-Robert J. LaFortune Studio : Lectures seating up to 200 and sit-down dinner for 100