Looking for a place to host a business meeting or a wedding? The Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center has what you need.
- Fishback Studio Theatre
This 180-seat “black box” styled theatre opened in 2003. The Adjustable seating system and grid-styled lighting allow for a great deal of flexibility. The total footprint is 50 feet by 54 feet. When all track seating is extended, the stage area is 24 feet by 50 feet. Retractable acoustical curtains have been installed on three walls and can cover the entirety of the wall. A large-screen and high-definition projector allows for large-scale video enhancement for performances and presentations.
- Founders Recital Hall
The space reflects South Dakota with 225 green seats for the prairie. The ceiling is made with Black Hills timber and the acoustic panels are colored rose quartz. A 2,848-pipe Reuter organ was purchased for the facility and was brought from Colorado. The hall also has a balcony with seating and stained glass.
- Larson Memorial Concert Hall
This 1000-seat non-proscenium concert hall opened in 2003. The hall was built for music for music performance, and boasts stunning acoustics, tunable reverberation, acoustical clouds, and a state-of-the-art lighting and sound system A large-screen and high-definition projector allows for large-scale video enhancement for performances and presentations. Sound locks at each entry make the hall virtually free from exterior noise. The stage dimensions are 43 feet front to back, and 60 feet wide at the front tapering to 42 feet wide at the rear. The stage seats 132 musicians comfortably. The use of choral risers allows for more capacity. Several support spaces adjacent are available, including a star-quality green room, dressing rooms, a make-up room, a catering room and a rehearsal space.
- Proscenium Theatre
- Roberts Reception Hall
The Roberts Reception Hall features beautiful glass walls, a grand staircase and a slate tile floor The lobby holds 400 standing, 200 seated no tables) and 130 at round banquet tables. The hall has its own built-in sound system.