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“The show must go on!”

Blumenthal Performing Arts
Ranked #5 of 189 things to do in Charlotte
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Blumenthal Performing Arts presents the PNC Broadway Lights, featuring national touring Broadway productions and a wide range of special attractions. Additionally, the Education Department develops innovative partnerships with schools and community organizations to bring the performing arts to life for people throughout the region.
Reviewed October 19, 2016

For a grand night out in Uptown Charlotte - enjoy the Arts - a musical, opera, jazz in a great setting!

Thank ErniesJourneys
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Reviewed October 18, 2016

We saw Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett at Knight Theater last week, our first time there. The theater is small and had the feel of sitting in someone's living room listening to Keen and Lovett tell stories and play music. Acoustics were good. There was a full bar and you could carry drinks inside. Convenient parking is across the street.

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Reviewed October 17, 2016

Decent theatre. Biggest surprise is how terrible the box seats are for seeing the stage. Have purchased these for three shows since they are supposed to be the best seats in the house. However, was sorely disappointed each time. You have to lean over the rail to see the stage, which then makes it impossible for the person beside you to see. Rest rooms are not convenient to all seats and lines get massively long during intermissions. There are also not enough places to purchase refreshments. Most seats are decent, but you need to be prepared to rush yourself through intermission if you need a potty break and refreshments.

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Reviewed October 17, 2016 via mobile

What a great place to see a show! Perfect view from any seat. Friendly staff. A perfect evening out!

Thank eileen m
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Reviewed October 17, 2016

The venue is convenient, comfortable, and attractive. When they refurbished the seats they increased comfort significantly from before. At this week's concert they added a camera and large screen above the pianist to show his hands in action during the Liszt 1st Piano Concerto, adding a new dimension to our enjoyment.

Our only complaint is the need for another elevator. One can wait a long time to ascend or descend between levels at intermission.

Thank Charles P
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