Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center

Las Vegas, Nevada

An Overview

The Reynolds Hall has a unique feature that distinguishes it from other event venues – an orchestra shell ceiling. This structural wonder is connected to the main ceiling, with the connectors traveling up and down the back walls for storage and use. The prestigious hall is located at 361, Symphony Park Avenue, Las Vegas.  

The Reynolds Hall is designed as an intimate and sonically superb venue for the world’s greatest musical, theatrical, and dance performances. Its horseshoe shape and state-of-the-art acoustics ensure that every audience member experiences the highest quality of sound, allowing renowned artists like Renée Fleming, Paul Anka, Bernadette Peters, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to deliver their best work. The theater carries on the rich tradition of historic performance spaces where audiences are immersed in and transported by the magic on stage.

Entertainment Options

Reynolds Hall provides spectators with a top-notch Broadway experience every season with its annual Broadway Las Vegas Series. The 2,050-seat theater hosts Broadway smash hits like “Hamilton,” “Dear Evan Hansen,” classics like “Les Miserables,” and “Hello Dolly!,” as well as performances by Nevada Ballet Theatre and Las Vegas Philharmonic. 

With tiered seating on both the floor and in boxes, the hall gives every member of the audience an optimal view of the stage. As part of The Smith Center’s mission to support the local arts community, Reynolds Hall engages residents while also bringing the excitement of Broadway to Las Vegas. Both floor and box-tiered seating sections allow audience members two options to optimize their viewing and enjoy their entertainment experience.

For the safety and convenience of patrons, Reynolds Hall has implemented a new touchless system for ordering and paying for food and beverages. So cash will no longer be accepted. 

Immerse yourself in the arts with tickets to a performance at Reynolds Hall – where every seat feels like front row to the best in Broadway, music, and more.