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105 North 100 East
Cedar City, Utah
(435) 865-4559
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Heritage Center Theatre
105 North 100 East
Cedar City, Utah
(435) 865-4559
http://www.heritagectr.org/
 
Status:
Open 
Total Seats:
1000 
Open:
Summer 2002  
 

The Heritage Center for the Performing Arts opened in the summer of 2002, filling the need for a music venue in Cedar City. The theater cost $8.5 million and was funded by a municipal bond. The Heritage Center has 1000 seats and a balcony, but can also accomadate smaller audience by curtaining off all but 150 seats. "The dressing rooms, green room, loading dock, backstage and public restrooms are spacious. Below the theater a full basement features meeting rooms and a kitchen."

Source:
"A theater's heritage: Cedar City surprised itself with a new concert hall", Deseret News, 25 April 2003