Theatre for the Performing Arts


Theatre for the Performing Arts

El Theatre for the Performing Arts es un teatro ubicado en el Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino en Las Vegas, Nevada. Tiene capacidad para 7,000 personas.

Historia

El teatro fue inaugurado como parte del hotel Aladdin durante las modificaciones hechas en 1976, poseía una capacidad de 7,500 asientos.[1]

El teatro fue la única parte del complejo que no fue destruida durante la reconstrucción de 1996.[2] Sin embargo en las renovaciones el número de butacas se redujo a 7,000 y ahora se llama The Theatre for the Performing Arts.[3] En el rediseño se mantuvo la sección de cortinas que permite al teatro que sea reconfigurado para acomodar a distintos tamaños de audiencia de entre 2,500 a 7,000.[4]

El Aladdin y el teatro obtuvieron la atención internacional el 18 de julio de 2004 cuando Linda Ronstadt fue sacada de la propiedad después de expresar su apoyo al documentalista Michael Moore durante un concierto.[5]

El Teatro fue la sede de los certámenes de Miss Universo 1991, 1996 y Miss America, al igual que el Miss USA 2008 y 2009 y próximamente el Miss USA 2010.[6]

Referencias

Enlaces externos



Predecesor:
Shubert Theatre
Windhoek
Sedes de Miss Universo
1991
1996
Sucesor:
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
Miami Beach Convention Center
Predecesor:
Boardwalk Hall
Sede de Miss America
2006 -
Sucesor:
-
Predecesor:
Kodak Theatre
Sede de Miss USA
2008- 2011-
Sucesor:
-


Coordenadas: 36°6′36″N 115°10′12″W / 36.1099, -115.1701


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