Providing Management for
  • Empire

    Built in 1914, the land that the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre sits on has been devoted to the arts since 1879. Reopened in April 1998, the Empire is San Antonio's grandest intimate theatre. It is one of our most beautiful live entertainment and special events venues and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Mahalia Jackson

    The Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts began its life as the New Orleans Theater of the Performing Arts in January 1973. Hurricane Katrina brought over 14 feet of flood waters into the venue. Following a nearly $30 million renovation, the venue has a seating capacity of 2,178, and is home to the New Orleans Opera, the New Orleans Ballet Association and many concerts and events.

  • Majestic

    Built in 1929, The Majestic is one of the nation’s finest examples of an atmospheric theatre. Home to the San Antonio Symphony, the Broadway in San Antonio series, and a host of concerts and special events, The Majestic Theatre has a seating capacity of 2,279 and has held over 4,200 events and hosted over 5 million patrons since 1989.

  • Saenger

    The Saenger Theatre, built in 1927, is a spectacular example of Italian Renaissance architecture. The newly restored Saenger reopened in September 2013 with a seating capacity of approximately 2800. The theatre will double the available number of performance dates available in the New Orleans theater marketplace. The Saenger is home to numerous performing arts attractions including concerts and Broadway in New Orleans series.

  • Kings

    Built originally in 1927 as one of the five Lowe’s Wonder Theatres, this venue had been shuttered since 1977. On February 3, 2015, the fully restored Kings Theatre reopened with a sold out Diana Ross performance. With a seating capacity of up to 3,200 seats, this concert and performing arts venue is the largest theatre in Brooklyn, home to over 2.5 million residents. A wide variety of programming will be presented, appealing to the entire community. The estimated cost of redevelopment is approximately $94 million dollars.

  • Sugarland

    The Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land is a state-of-the-art facility with a flexible seating capacity of up to 6,300 seats. This venue fills a needed niche in the greater Houston marketplace offering national concerts, performing arts attractions and family entertainment for the entire community.

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