Chapman Music Hall – Tulsa

Occupying a half city block in Tulsa’s historic downtown, the Performing Arts Center is the design of Minoru Yamasaki, architect of the former World Trade Center towers. The PAC houses four theaters, a studio space and a large reception hall.

The Center’s largest theater is Chapman Music Hall, seating 2,365. Its main entrance is on 3rd Street. The facility’s second largest theatre is the 430-fixed-seat John H. Williams Theatre. The Liddy Doenges and Charles E. Norman Theatres offer flexible seating. The Williams, Doenges and Norman Theatres are accessed from the PAC’s Second Street entrance.

General Information

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Admission and Late Arrivals

You may enter the Performing Arts Center two hours before the starting time of an event. Seating policies are at the discretion of each presenting organization. If you arrive late and are held out, you can watch the performance from the PAC’s TV monitors located on all three levels of Chapman Music Hall and in the Williams lobby. Holdouts may be only a few minutes until there is a break in the action. However, the presenting organization may ask that patrons be held out until intermission. If you must leave once inside the theater, you may not be allowed to re-enter until intermission. Please retain your ticket stub in case you are asked to show it when re-entering the theater.

Appropriate Dress

Very few events held at the PAC are formal. The level of dress is generally casual to business casual. Your comfort is our uppermost concern. Some patrons enjoy dressing up. Others are most comfortable in jeans. Rest assured, you will see a little of everything.

Babies and Children

An event’s presenting organization, the PAC Web site and the PAC ticket office will carry information regarding a program’s suitability for children. Presenting organizations may ask that no children be admitted due to adult program content.
Some presenters will allow very young children or babies to sit on the lap of an adult at no charge. For most events, every person who enters the theater, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Please check with the presenting organization or the PAC ticket office if you are unsure about an event in that regard. Some presenters may offer a reduced ticket price for students and children.

Booster seats for young ones are available. Changing tables are available in PAC restrooms.

Bad Weather

The cancellation of performances, and refunds or exchanges due to bad weather, is decided upon by the presenting organization. The PAC will post cancellation notifications on its Web site and send you an e-mail broadcast with cancellation information if you have entered your e-mail address on the home page of the PAC Web site. The PAC also will provide recorded updates on its administrative office number, (918) 596-7122.

Cell Phones and Pagers

Please silence all cell phones and message systems before entering the theater. Please note that the opening and closing of cell phones and sending messages may disturb patrons and performers.

Coat Check and Binoculars

You may check your coat in the 3rd Street lobby of Chapman Music Hall for $.50 per item. There is no Coat Check available in the Williams lobby for events in the Williams, Doenges or Norman Theaters.
“Rhinoculars” are available for rent in the 3rd Street lobby for events such as opera, ballet and Broadway musicals. The rental cost is $5. For security, patrons must also leave a credit card or driver’s license.

Concessions

Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, water and a variety of candy are available for purchase in the PAC lobbies. Candy, bottled soft drinks and water with screw-top lids are allowed in all our theaters. In addition, drinks in cups and glasses are allowed in our studio theaters, but not in our carpeted venues: Chapman Music Hall and John H. Williams Theatre. Our theaters have excellent acoustics. Please unwrap candy before a performance starts or during intermission.

Emergency Contact

In order to find you quickly in an emergency, leave your seat location and the name of the event you are attending with caregivers. The PAC number to give to caregivers is the PAC Security Office phone line, 596-7131.

Gallery Information

The PAC Gallery is accessed from the 3rd Street Lobby or from the parking garage’s south elevators. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and during Chapman Music Hall events. Gallery events are scheduled through PAC marketing: 596-2366 or 596-2368. Art is purchased directly through the artist.

Lost and Found

Should you misplace anything while at the PAC, please check with an usher or House Manager. If your item cannot be located before you leave the premises, or if you don’t know something is missing until later, you may call the PAC at (918) 596-7122. Items found in the theater are kept at the front desk in our administrative office, which is accessed from Second Street.

Office Hours & Location

The PAC administrative office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. It is accessible from the Second Street entrance to the PAC. The PAC ticket office is open from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and is located on Third Street. Doors to the main Third Street entrance are not open before 10 a.m. each day.

Photos and Recording Devices

Taking photos (with or without flash) and videos, or recording an event in any manner is prohibited. The taking of flash photographs may be dangerous for the performers. Recorders, cameras and cell phones with built-in cameras and other recording devices may be confiscated.

Programs

The PAC provides a free program magazine, INTERMISSION, to patrons who attend PAC events. Program information specific to the event being attended is provided by presenting organizations and inserted into the magazine. The organization presenting the event may choose not to supply program information or may sell its own program.

Restrooms

Restrooms are located on the balcony, mezzanine and Third Street lobby floors for Chapman events, and immediately adjacent to the John H. Williams Theatre lobby for events in the other theaters. A large suite of restrooms is located on the Promenade level. Chapman Music Hall patrons can exit the west doors of the Hall for easy access.

Smoking and Other Considerations

Smoking is not permitted in the PAC. Also, please be aware that many people are allergic to cologne and perfume.

Accessibility

**The August 2 matinee (2 p.m.) will be signed for the hearing-impaired.

HEARING DEVICES AND SIGNED INTERPRETATION

Headsets for the Sennheiser infrared hearing assistance system can be checked out with a driver’s license for performances in Chapman Music Hall, Williams and Doenges Theatres. The devices may be picked up at the Coat Check in the Third Street Lobby, or from the House Manager on duty during events in Williams and Doenges Theatres. Patrons may check with the PAC at (918) 596-7109 regarding requests for signed interpretation.

TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICE FOR THE DEAF
Tickets may be ordered using the Telecommunication Device for the Deaf/Teletypewriter by calling (918) 596-7211. Tickets may be ordered via the Internet at MyTicketOffice.com.

HANDICAPPED SEATING AND PARKING

Ticket buyers who would like wheelchair-accessible seating should purchase tickets by calling (918) 596-7109 and mention their request at time of ticket purchase. Wheelchair accessible seating may be requested in writing when purchasing tickets online at MyTicketOffice.com. Handicapped parking is located on the street level of the parking garage near the PAC elevators. Use the south elevator to reach Chapman Music Hall. Use the north elevator and wheelchair lift to reach the Williams, Doenges and Charles E. Norman Theatres.

RESTROOMS

Restrooms are located on the balcony, mezzanine and Third Street lobby floors for Chapman events, and immediately adjacent to the John H. Williams Theatre lobby for events in the other theatres. A large suite of restrooms is located on the Promenade level. Chapman patrons who use the Promenade restrooms can do so from the west doors on the orchestra level.

Directions

Click to view largerThe PAC is accessible from the Broken Arrow Expressway, Interstate 244, Hwy. 75 and Riverside Drive. The directions listed below will take you to Third and Cincinnati where there is parking. The underground parking garage entrance is on Second Street (one-way going east) between Cincinnati and Boulder.

Interstate-44 going east: Take exit North Hwy. 75 to Tulsa, continue across bridge, and then take the Seventh Street exit to Boulder. Turn right onto Third Street. Continue to Cincinnati.

Interstate-44 going west: Take I-44 to I-244. Exit downtown at First Street. Turn left onto Cincinnati.

Interstate 244 going west: Take the First Street exit; stay on First. Turn left onto Cincinnati.

Hwy. 51/64 going east: Take I-244 east to Cincinnati exit. Turn right on Cincinnati to Third Street.

Hwy. 75 going south: Take the First Street exit to Cincinnati. Turn left on Cincinnati.

Hwy. 75 going north: Take the Seventh street exit to Boulder. Turn right onto Third Street. Continue to Cincinnati where there is parking.

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