Rothenberg Hall


Designed as an elegant, comfortable space to host The Huntington’s program of lectures, conferences, and small musical performances, Rothenberg Hall features a 374-seat auditorium with exceptional acoustics and audiovisual capabilities. The interior is warmed by paneling in white oak, the featured wood of the Steven S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center and a wood that also lines walls in the historic buildings on the property.


Maximum Capacities:

  • Theatre Style: 374 (fixed seating)



  • Built-in A/V capabilities including:
    Ceiling-mounted projector & screen
    Podium with microphone
    *Please contact Special Events for full tech specs
  • Stage, Wing & Crossover Space, Green Rooms
  • Acoustic panels & multiple curtains provide flexible stage looks
  • Accessible Load-In


Rothenberg Hall (pdf)


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