Reynolds Performance Hall

Reynolds Performance HallThe Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall is the capstone of a $22 million complex that was a combined project of the University of Central Arkansas, the Arkansas Educational Television Network, and the City of Conway through the Conway Corporation.

The complex, which opened in the fall of 2000, includes the AETN Center for Educational Telecommunication, the UCA Mass Communication facilities (Stanley Russ Hall), and the Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center.

Reynolds Hall seats 1,200 and allows for a great diversity of performances, including orchestral music, theatre works, modern dance, and guest lectures. Its state-of-the-art facilities include a large orchestra pit with a lift and a fully accessible backstage area that can handle large-scale musical equipment and theatrical scenery. It has a full stage orchestra shell for music presentations.

In addition to the Conway Symphony Orchestra, Reynolds is also home to UCA Public Appearances.