Seating Maps

The Harris Center for the Arts is a 80,000 square foot regional arts complex housing three main performance stages. For details and seating maps, see the links below:

View of Stage One house from the balcony

Stage One

Featuring a 46-foot proscenium, full stage house and orchestra pit, this is a venue capable of presenting all of the arts, from Broadway to symphonies, contemporary dance to world music. Stage One puts the art close to the audience, in an intimate venue seating 850 that is reminiscent of the Globe Theater in England.


View of Stage Two house from the stage

Stage Two: City Studio Theater

Featuring gently raked seating and a capacity of around 200, the City Studio Theater is a unique, flexible performing space — an excellent venue for community partners, student productions and presented programs.


View of Stage Three seating

Stage Three: Scott-Skillman Recital Hall

Featuring exceptional acoustics for music and vocals, the Scott-Skillman Recital Hall seats 100 and is a phenomenal space for classical music, film and more.