Tobin Center for the Performing Arts 2014
Len Allington
Len Allington
Len Allington
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
Mark Menjivar/Marmon Mok
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Client:Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation
Project Category:Performing Arts Centers
Architect:LMN Architects
Arch. of Record:Marmon Mok
Completion Year:2014
Location:San Antonio, Texas
Lighting:Horton Lees Brogden
Acoustician:Akustiks
Capacity:1,750 seats
FDA worked with the Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation, LMN Architects, and community arts groups in a collaborative process to create the new Center. The PAC, which is a renovation and expansion of the historic San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, celebrates the unique character of the property while providing a state-of-the-art facility for San Antonio's cultural arts groups.

The new Performing Arts Center serves as a permanent home for San Antonio's major performing arts organizations, including the San Antonio Symphony, Ballet, and Opera.

One of the major hall's most striking qualities is its ability to transform from a nearly 1,800-seat performance hall into a flat-floor ballroom space, making it an incredibly flexible venue, equally suited for music and special events. The Tobin Center is comprised of the large, transformative H-E-B theatre the 295-seat Studio Theater and the 600-seat River Walk Plaza, rehearsal facilities, educational spaces, and offices.