This flagship theatre of Texas Performing Arts is the largest in Austin, with seating for 2,900. The hall boasts a vast stage, an orchestra pit capable of holding 100 musicians, dressing rooms to accommodate more than 100 performers, computerized lighting, advanced sound and rigging systems, and a mammoth backstage area complete with workshops for carpentry, costumes, painting, metalwork and props.
This theatre houses several pieces from Landmarks' public art collection. Magdalena Abakanowicz's Figure on a Trunk stands in the plaza before the front steps of the theatre. In the lobbies of each floor of the building are works by Louise Bourgeois, Koren Der Harootian, Jim Dine, David Hare, Bryan Hunt, Frederick Kiesler, Eduardo Paolozzi, Antoine Pevsner, Ursula von Rydingsvard, and Anita Weschler. The works located inside Bass Concert Hall are open to the public from 11am to 2pm, Monday through Friday.
Find directions and parking information or during events call 512-471-0611.
2350 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin, TX 78712