Stevens Center of the UNC School of the Arts
Classics and Kicked-Back Classics Series
Originally a 1929 silent movie theatre the Stevens Center is a magnificently restored neoclassical theatre located in downtown Winston-Salem, NC. Re-opened in April 1983, the Stevens Center is the primary performance space for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts as well as the Winston-Salem Symphony, Piedmont Opera Theatre, and several other local and state arts organizations. The Stevens Center is wheelchair accessible and is equipped with a two-channel hearing assistance system. A total of 1,364 seats on two levels offer superb sightlines and exceptional acoustics.
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R.J. Reynolds Memorial Auditorium
Plugged-In Pops Series and Discovery Concerts for Kids
The R. J. Reynolds Memorial Auditorium was built 1919–1924 under the direction of architect Charles Barton Keen (designer of the R. J. Reynolds estate, Reynolda House). Keen also designed the adjacent Richard J. Reynolds High School. Both buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Auditorium is one of the oldest and largest performing arts centers in the City of Winston-Salem. The building can comfortably seat 1898 people, with 857 seats on the main Orchestra level and 1,041 seats located on the Mezzanine/Balcony area.