650 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Located in the heart of downtown, the Aronoff Center for the Arts is the best place in Cincinnati to see a schedule of acclaimed theatrical, musical, ballet, concert, and comedy productions. The center's modern and creative design reflects the popular performances that it hosts, and audiences have come from around Cincinnati to enjoy them. With three performance spaces inside the Aronoff Center for the Arts, fans of the performing arts come in droves to purchase tickets for the talented performances at one of Cincinnati's greatest entertainment spots.
The Aronoff Center was opened in 1995 and was designed by famed architect Cesar Pelli. The largest theater in the center is Procter & Gamble Hall, which can comfortably seat 2,719 people. Unlike most theaters of this size, the hall traded a traditional gold and yellow design for teal and brass and features a ceiling with thousands of tiny lights to recreate the feeling of the night sky. The Jarson-Kaplan Theater seats 437 with tiered seating, features superior acoustics, and natural wood accents give the place a bright energy. The Fifth Third Bank Theater seats 150 people and features smaller, repertory stage productions as well as providing an ideal setting for banquets and meetings.
The features of the three main venues inside the Aronoff Center for the Arts only heightens the amazing scheduled performances that grace its halls. Check above to see what events are upcoming and be sure to buy your tickets on Eventful.