Performing Arts Center
Performing arts center/centre (see spelling differences), often abbreviated as PAC, is used to refer to:
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... was seeking to cancel the construction of World Trade Center Tower 5 altogether as part of an overall plan to halve the amount of office space available in the fully reconstructed World Trade Center to 5 ... It was proposed in July 2009 to move the planned construction site for the Performing Arts Center to the 130 Liberty Street location ... The Performing Arts Center was planned to be constructed near the center of the World Trade Center site as part of the National September 11 Memorial Museum at ...
... The City Council also approved a development agreement for The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, a planned 2,050-seat performing arts center, as ... The Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation, in partnership with the city of Las Vegas Redevelopment Agency, is developing The Smith Center for the Performing Arts ... Upon completion, this facility will be the first regional performing arts center in the Las Vegas valley ...
... Date built Seats Resident organizations Arroyo Grande The Clark Center for the Performing Arts Forbes Hall 617 ... Carmel-by-the-Sea Sunset Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall 2003 ... Theatre (San Jose) Concert Hall 1927 1,134 Opera San Jose, Symphony Silicon Valley San Jose Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall 1973 2,691 Ballet San Jose, San Jose Symphony, Symphony Silicon Valley ...
... The campus features a 650 seat performing arts center that was built for the school in 1993 ... In 2005, the district dedicated the Performing Arts Center to former superintendent J Duke Albanese, renaming the facility the J Duke Albanese Performing Arts Center ...
... Country Venue North America November 22, 1986 Towson United States Towson Center November 23, 1986 Boston Orpheum Theatre November 24, 1986 November 26, 1986 New York City Radio ... Knight Center December 29, 1986 Cincinnati Taft Theatre December 30, 1986 Nashville Grand Ole Opry House December 31, 1986 Atlanta Fox Theatre January 2, 1987 Tampa Curtis Hixon Hall January 3, 1987 Fort ... Stadium March 25, 1987 Daytona Beach Ocean Center May 5, 1987 Madison Madison Civic Center May 7, 1987 Urbana Foellinger Auditorium May 8, 1987 Des Moines Civic Center May 9 ...
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