Dear Granville Arts Center, The Atrium and Plaza Theatre Patrons,
In order to protect our audience, staff and cast/crew from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19),
the Granville Arts Center facilities (including The Atrium and the
Plaza Theatre) have closed through May 9. All events at our facilities
have been immediately canceled or postponed through May 9.
The dates of these closures are consistent with the most recent
guidance from the CDC that calls for the cancelation or postponement of
in-person events that consist of 50 people or more for the next 8 weeks.
Disease prevention guidance also calls for social-distancing of about
If you’ve purchased tickets through the Granville Arts
Center Box Office for a performance during March 17-May 9, you will be
contacted shortly on how to exchange tickets, receive a refund or donate
tickets for a tax deduction.
Thank you for your patience and
understanding. Please know that we’re working around the clock to ensure
that performances are updated and patrons are being served in this
trying time. Together, we’ll emerge and get back to enjoying amazing
entertainment at the Granville Arts Center facilities. Please stay safe.
Located in the heart of historic Downtown Garland, the Granville Arts Center doubles as a meeting and event facility. The Granville Arts Center includes four venues: the Atrium ballroom, lobby area and two theatres with fixed seating. The theatres are equipped for all sorts of performances, such as musicals, symphonies, ballet, stage plays and concerts. The center also has a spacious lobby ideal for receptions and exhibits.
The Brownlee Auditorium seats up to 720 and the Small Theatre seats up to 200. Each theater includes a computerized lighting system and digital soundboard, bringing another artistic dimension to theatrical productions. This venue serves as the focal point of the arts scene alive in Downtown Garland.