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This white hulk of a building, with its "Classic Revival" architecture, looks like it should belong in Washington DC rather than Colorado. Built in 1923 for the amazingly low sum of just over $424,000, it, over the years, has brought entertainment to the masses. With a seating capacity of over 8,000, it still attracts concerts, lectures, boxing matches and auctions. Dining options during the day can be found in the City Auditorium Cafe (7am-2pm Tue-Sun).
Originally known as the Colorado Springs High School, the school was renamed after the city's founder, General William Jackson Palmer. The school has a theater called the Palmer High School Theater which is a venue for theatrical events of 'Capitol Steps', which is a musical comedy show. The theater is also used for local events and rehearsals for various plays and musical shows. Call for related details of the facilities and shows.
Divided into three large floors, the Armstrong Hall is one of the biggest structures at Colorado College. It houses over 25 conference rooms, classrooms, a humanities and a multi-media lab, most of the administrative offices and a large theater used for drama productions and dance performances. The Max Kade theater is used for lectures, screenings of student films and foreign-language theater productions. With so many facilities available, there is hardly anything that the Armstrong Hall does not provide!
This intimate theater can house up to 550 people, all with perfect views of the stage. The theater is home to a diverse range of musical and theatrical performances, encompassing everything from stand-up comedy to bluegrass and jazz performances. The theater is also a perfect venue for large private and corporate events; call for more details.