We design extraordinary spaces

When you’re in an amazing performance space, you can feel it. Theatre Projects knows how to create performance spaces that come alive. 

We speak the languages of construction, design, and the arts. From visioning through design and construction, we provide advice on planning and design decisions that affect the art, the architecture, how the performance technology functions, and how artists and audience will use each space. 

Working closely with clients, users, architects, and builders, we apply our experience of what makes a dynamic performance space—intimacy, density, flexibility, and simplicity—to create extraordinary spaces.

Meet our newcomers!

Over the past year, we’ve strengthened our core services, expanded our work in strategic planning, operations, and audiovisual and technology services, and added more team members to our offices in New York, Denver, and New England to better serve our clients.

We invite you to get to know each of our newcomers and find out how they challenge us to innovate in the way we deliver intimate, innovative, and vibrant performance spaces for our clients.

Our acousticians are designing with zero carbon emissions in mind

At Theatre Projects, we’ve been at the forefront of environmentally conscious design—from incorporating natural light to material and product selections that are renewable, reusable, or repurposed. In the early 2010s, we led the industry in adopting LED lighting in performance spaces, designing three of the first venues to have LED fixtures— New Orleans Jazz Museum, Kennedy Center Theater Lab, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, Susan and John Hess Family Theater and Gallery.

But now we’re thinking even bigger—beyond lighting, flooring, drapery, and windows to the buildings themselves and their carbon footprints. Like many building types, performance spaces are typically built of concrete. But cement, the main ingredient in concrete, has a massive carbon footprint. From the air pollution caused by quarrying to the chemical process used to make CO2, cement is the source of about 8% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions, according to think tank Chatham House.

Our Denver office has moved!

Our Denver team has tripled in size since we opened our Colorado office, so we're moving—all the way across the hall!

Only our suite number has changed, so it's just a quick update to your address books:

3858 Walnut Street, Suite 155, Denver, Colorado 80205

T +1 303 416 7070
[email protected] 

Chase Center—a new home for the Golden State Warriors and for entertainment!

More than seven years after the Golden State Warriors announced they were building a new home, Chase Center recently opened its doors to an excited crowd for its inaugural event—a sold-out concert where Metallica shared the stage with the San Francisco Symphony. 

Theatre Projects helped design this new facility to be more than a new home for the NBA Championship-winning team—it’s also a one-stop premier sports and entertainment destination in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood.

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