The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, which opened in September 2007, was the first major performing arts facility built in the metro Atlanta areas in four decades. Designed by Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates architects, the facility boasts 181,000 square feet, including the 2,750-seat multipurpose John A. Williams Theatre—home to the Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet, and intended to double as a roadhouse for Broadway musicals, other touring productions, and popular ...

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