Explore the Alys Stephens Center

The Alys Stephens Center consists of four venues, the largest being the Jemison Concert Hall, which was built for symphonic sound and most recently was equipped with a sound system by Meyer Sound and a grand drape. Our other venues are the Morris K. Sirote Theatre, a 351-seat proscenium theater; the Reynolds-Kirschbaum Recital Hall, a 164-seat venue; and the Odess Theatre, a 150-seat black-box theater.

Jemison Concert Hall

The Jemison Concert Hall is a European-style concert hall, designed and built primarily to house and support symphonic, choral or other live music performances.

Morris K. Sirote Theatre

The Sirote Theatre is a proscenium-style hall, designed and built primarily to house and support theatrical performances.

Reynolds-Kirschbaum Recital Hall

The 170 seat Reynolds-Kirschbaum Recital Hall is the most intimate venue at the Center.

The Odess Theatre

The Odess Theatre is a black-box theater that has a flexible seating capacity of 150 seats.