The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts has four state-or-the-art performance spaces – three theaters inside the building plus an outdoor theater adjacent to the Milwaukee River. In addition there is an intimate performance space outside next to the river that can be used for small, casual performances.
All of these spaces are available for theatrical performances, corporate meetings or other special events. The Marcus Center is located in the center of the Milwaukee downtown theater district at 929 N. Water Street and is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation that operates the Center for the citizens of Milwaukee County.
An elegant setting for operas, musicals, orchestral concerts, dance programs, theatrical productions, lectures, annual meetings, commencements, or film screenings.
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A perfect space for lectures, concerts, plays, conferences and meetings.
Learn more about Todd Wehr Theater
A gorgeous location on the Milwaukee River and adjacent to a mature grove of chestnut trees makes the Peck Pavilion the perfect place for concerts, film or lecture series, dance programs, dramatic performances, product demonstrations, weddings and receptions.
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The elegant “jewel box” theater can be rented for teleconferencing, meetings, seminars, new product introductions, commencements, plays, dance programs, film screenings or concerts.
Learn more about Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall
Located along the Milwaukee River and adjacent to Vogel Hall is the open-air KidZ stage, where the arts come to life for current and future generations. KidZ Stage is active throughout the summer with multicultural experiences and entertainment targeted for children ages of three through twelve.
The lovely, outdoor Fitch Garden patio offers a place to stroll among the flowers and enjoy the restful sounds of a fountain.