Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts Tickets
The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts opened its doors in July 1969. Located on North Water Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the building was designed by renowned Chicago architect Harry Weese in the Brutalist Style. Within the Marcus Center is Uihlein Hall which was specifically designed for annual meetings, commencements, concerts, dance programs, film screenings, lectures, musicals, operas, theatrical shows and more. As the largest theater in the center, renovated in 1997, it is named for the Uihlein family that once owned the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. The Uihlein Hall is utilized annually for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Milwaukee Ballet and other local performing arts organizations. Catch shows like Come From Away Milwaukee, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Carmina Burana at Uihlein Hall. The best Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts tickets are available at StubHub.
What is the Uihlein Hall's seating capacity?
The Uihlein Hall seating capacity is 2,305.
Is parking available at Uihlein Hall?
Guests attending Uihlein Hall events will find parking on North Water Street, which is located between East State Street and East Kilbourn Avenue. The parking structure can be accessed by turning onto State Street by way of Water Street. The entrance is one block away from Water Street on the right. There are accessible parking spaces available with a skywalk that crosses State Street from the parking structure to the center on Marcus Center. To reach the skywalk, take the stairs or elevator in the southeast corner of the parking structure and go to the third floor at roof level. There are no spaces for motor coaches at the venue. There are, however, safe drop-off and loading zones at 929 North Water Street which is the Marcus Center for the Performing Art's main entrance. Motor coaches can be parked free of charge along Lincoln Memorial Drive or in the staging area on Harbor Drive near the Summerfest grounds.
Is the Uihlein Hall accessible by public transportation?
Guests can take the buses to the center using Route 57, the GreenLine or the Route 49 bus routes.
Does Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts have a camera policy?
For most events and performances, the use of cameras and recording equipment is not permitted. For some events like commencements, camera use may be allowed. Smartphone conversations should be limited to the lobby and turned off before entering the seating area.
Does Uihlein Hall have a child policy?
Any guest of the center must have a ticket regardless of age. Some events have set age limits for smaller children so please read event details carefully before making plans. For most Broadway productions, children must be at least four years of age. Some Broadway productions are suitable for younger audiences and the box office can be contacted with any questions as to the suitability of the show. For the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, children should be six years of age or older and accompanied by a ticketed adult.Back to Top