As the first theater built on our campus, Segerstrom Hall has housed thousands of performances since its opening in 1986. With a capacity of 3,000 guests, our timeless venue is known for its crimson interior and unique seating layout.Segerstrom Hall Details
September 29, 1986
2994 opera house style with proscenium
Orchestra - 1,145 to 1,236 depending on the rows in use
Orchestra Terrace - 679
Loge - 478
Balcony - 601
Napoleon red granite and glass façade, highlighted by soaring Grand Portal arch and Richard Lippold's sculpture Fire Bird.
Stage performance space – up to 8,075 square feet; 124' 10" x 64' 3". Height from stage to top of stage house is 110'; orchestra pit accommodating up to 90 musicians; wing space and flies; advanced lighting and sound systems available; loading dock available.
The Center's primary box office, located at the street level entrance to Segerstrom Hall, is open Monday 10 am until 2 pm and Tuesday - Friday 12 pm until 5 pm with the box office remaining open until 30 minutes after the latest performance time. (Holiday hours may vary.)
The Center Room (private donor lounge), Plaza Cafe, concessions and first aid station.
International Dance Series, Broadway Series, Curtain Call Series, special events.
Five private star dressing rooms at stage level, five substage principal dressing rooms accommodating two artists each, five substage chorus dressing rooms accommodating 40-50 persons each, two rehearsal rooms. Wardrobe room with laundry and alteration facilities, scene shop, production offices and artists lounge are also available.
Pacific Symphony, Philharmonic Society of Orange County, Pacific Chorale.
Patina Restaurant Group, (714) 556-2122 ext. 4202
Additional Technical Information
Lindy Luong, (714) 556-2122 ext. 4363