San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

Where
255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose , CA
Call
+1 408.277.3900
Web
San Jose Center for the Performing Arts Website
Tags
Theater, Theater Houses

About

Located on the corner of West San Carlos Street and Almaden Boulevard, the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts was designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The performing arts center, a local landmark with easy freeway access, stages concerts, lectures, symphony and ballet performances and musical theater.
Events at the Center for the Performing Arts are supported by full staging facilities, reception, box office, concessions, coat check for patrons, rehearsal rooms and an after-theater reception area.
The theater seats 2,665 patrons, with 10 wheelchair seats. An infrared system provides audio for the hearing-impaired.
Parking is available in the main Convention Center garage located at 408 South Almaden Blvd. or 350 South Market Street.

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  • Review: 'Romeo and Juliet'

    Shakespeare's tragic lovers get up on their toes in Ballet San Jose production
    03/04/2010 by Jessica Fromm

    IT IS amazing that Karen Gabay is still dancing Juliet. Back in 1986, Dennis Nahat choreographed the title role for his production of the Shakespearian classic especially for the then-young ballerina....  More »

  • Review: 'Avenue Q'

    The snarky puppets of 'Avenue Q' come to Broadway San Jose
    01/13/2010 by Steve Palopoli

    I GUESS when it comes to naughty puppets, you have to be careful what you wish for. Personally, I wish Avenue Q, the long-running Broadway musical touring in San Jose at the Center for the Pe...  More »

  • Preview: 'Avenue Q'

    Broadway San Jose brings the profane puppets of Broadway's hit to the valley
    01/05/2010 by Steve Palopoli

    NOTHING guarantees a good time like racist puppets. Well, theyre not really racist, just a little bit. As they themselves like to sing, it doesnt mean they go around committing hate crimes. No, the ...  More »

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