Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center for Performing Arts, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
The 2193-seat Dreyfoos Hall at the Raymond F.
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is a concert theatre designed
for presentation of a wide range of musical, theatrical, and popular
entertainment events, with a heavy emphasis on ballet, opera, and
Dreyfoos Hall is part of The Raymond
F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, which serves as a
world-class performing arts hub for the West Palm Beach area. It
features three principal performance spaces designed by Artec: Dreyfoos
Hall, the Rinker Playhouse, and Gosman
Amphitheatre. The Center opened its doors in November 1992.
Artec provided Design and Planning services covering
Phase services, Auditorium
Performance Equipment Systems Design and Background Noise
and Vibration Control consulting for the Center. The project
architect was the Zeidler Partnership Architects.