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Kingsbury Hall - University of Utah

Kingsbury Hall - University of Utah

Kingsbury Hall is the performing arts center on the University of Utah campus. Their productions feature some of the biggest names and most talked about emerging artists in the country. Other groups, both local and national, also present performances at Kingsbury Hall, including Odyssey Dance Theatre and Broadway Across America-Utah.


Kingsbury Hall - University of Utah

1395 East President's Circle, Salt Lake City, UT 84112


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This venue available for rent: Yes
Rental Contact Info:

Rent historic Kingsbury Hall for your performance or event. View information on the stage, auditorium, dressing rooms and other available spaces here:

Contact: Calin Clifford
Phone: (801) 581-8087
Fax: (801) 585-5464

Other Facility Information:

Seating Capacity: 1913 Orchestra: 1030 Loge: 129 Running loge: 24 Balcony: 730 Proscenium: 23’6″ high X 45′ wide Curtain line to back wall: 48′ Separate crossover behind back wall Stage left wall to stage right wall: 120′ Grid height: 72

Set Up Options: Theatre, Banquet, Standing/Reception
Size ranges for the various set up options: 1,000 to 3,000
Approved Uses: Recital, Wedding, Corporate Event, Nonprofit Performing Arts, For-profit Performing Arts, Conference, Banquet
Additional Rental Options:

Our versatile auditorium can accommodate an event of any size or technicality. The architecture, gold accents, and rich history display its uniqueness. There’s not a bad seat in the house.

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