The Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts is the collective name of several performance spaces in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is currently owned and named after the Progress Energy company who purchased the venues from the city government in 2005. It was previously known as the BTI Center for the Performing Arts.
The Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts is home to five major venues, making it the primary venue for the performing arts in the city. It includes the following:
1. 1932 Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. It seats 2277 people and regularly hosts musical productions.
2. 1700-seater Meymandi Concert Hall
3. 600-seater Fletcher Opera Theater
4. 130-seater Kennedy Theater
5. The Lichtin Plaza which is most commonly used for outdoor festivals and events.
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