T A M P A B A Y P E R F O R M I N G A R T S C E N T E R
The David R. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts
The box office opens at noon on weekdays and Saturday.
Center Store carries an
The east face of the TBPAC, before it became the Straz Center.
Above left: This elevated covered walkway connects the center to the John Germany public library and the City Parking Garage on Cass and Ashley St.
Above right: The west entry way to the TBPAC.
Above right: Above the Shimberg Playhouse, overlooking the Downtown Tampa skyline, Maestro’s restaurant at The Center features a five-course, Bistro style dinner buffet. The buffet usually includes soups and several salad choices, a variety of imported and domestic cheeses with fresh baked breads, a fruit platter, a selection of hot vegetables and main dish choices of seafood, poultry and prime rib (or another savory meat dish) and dessert.
The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center is truly a feast for ALL the senses!
Music on this page is from "Phantom of the Opera."