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Antoinette Hatfield Hall

 

Antoinette Hatfield Hall

Antoinette Hatfield Hall
Address 1111 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon
United States
Coordinates
Owner Portland Center for the Performing Arts
Type Performing arts center
Capacity Newmark: 880
Dolores Winningstad: 304
Brunish Theatre: 200
Construction
Opened 1987
Architect Broome, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolf, Boles & Associates and Barton Myers
Website
.com.pcpawww

Antoinette Hatfield Hall, formerly known as the New Theatre Building, is a 127,000-square-foot (11,800 m2) complex located in Portland, Oregon. It contains the Dolores Winningstad Theatre, the Newmark Theatre, and Brunish Hall.[1] Hatfield Hall itself is sometimes erroneously referred to as the Portland Center for the Performing Arts.[2] It is named in honor of Antoinette Hatfield, wife of former U.S. Senator and Oregon governor Mark Hatfield.[3]

Construction

Hatfield Hall was built at a cost of $28.4 million, and opened in 1987[4][3] (as the New Theatre Building). It was designed by Broome, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolf, Boles & Associates, Barton Myers, and ELS of Berkeley California.

References

  1. ^ "General Information about the PCPA".  
  2. ^ Bartels, Eric (September 25, 2007). "Troupes abound, venues don't".  
  3. ^ a b Oden, Betty (July 16, 2010). "Cupid played part in Portland venue's name".  
  4. ^ "Designs as varied as uses of city's newer buildings".  

External links

  • Portland Center for the Performing Arts
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