The Curtis M Phillips Center For Performing Arts first opened its doors in January 1992, the first performance was CATS and since then it has featured such performers as Tony Bennett, Ray Charles, Alison Krauss, David Sedaris and performances of Riverdance and Stomp. It has a 1,700 seat proscenium hall and a 200 seat Black Box Theatre.
The Curtis M Phillips Center For Performing Arts is an accessible venue for all persons of disabilities. Smoking is not permitted under any circumstance at the Curtis M Phillips Center For Performing Arts. Children of all ages need to be in possession of a ticket if they want to attend a performance. The Will Call opens one to two hours prior to the event.