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Photo of Sidney Harman Hall by Tom Arban.Photo of Sidney Harman Hall by Tom Arban. Sidney Harman Hall 

 

Maximum Capacity:
774 people
678 people (with orchestra pit) 

Opened in 2007, Sidney Harman Hall offers flexible staging for virtually every kind of performance and stage specifications that are the most technically advanced in the industry. The Harman Hall stage can be altered to a thrust, end stage or proscenium configuration, and the
stage floor is fully trapped. The glass façade lobbies of Harman Hall afford stunning city views from both the Orchestra and the Mezzanine levels. 

Sidney Harman Hall
610 F St., NW 


The ForumThe Forum The Forum 

 
 print on 8.5x11” paper for 1/8” scale drawings 

Maximum Capacity:
150 people (flexible seating) 

The Forum is our most flexible performance space. The staging area and chair configuration is completely at the discretion of the user. This 2400–square-foot space has a 14-foot–high, barrel-vaulted ceiling, and a sprung dance floor, complete with a Boston studio/concert upright piano and its own dedicated lobby, restrooms and coat check. 

Artist Level—Sidney Harman Hall
610 F St., NW 


Photo of the Lansburgh Theatre by Kevin Allen.Photo of the Lansburgh Theatre by Kevin Allen. Lansburgh Theatre 

 
 Maximum Capacity:
451 people 

Our Lansburgh Theatre offers a classic proscenium stage, an intimate space for dramatic theatre, ensemble music and dance. Although there is no pit at the Lansburgh, the apron has limited “trap” capability. The theatre is set in beautifully restored 19th-century building in the heart of Washington’s lively arts districts. The Lansburgh is a jewel—much loved by its established audiences for over the past 15 years. 

Lansburgh Theatre
450 7th St., NW