The grand MainStage is the Flynn’s original theatre, fully restored in 2000 to full Art Deco splendor. It features world-class music, jazz, theater, dance, and family performances. Adjacent is a newly expanded and renovated lobby. Built in 1930, the MainStage is a state-of-the art, full-service, 1411-seat presentation facility.
Click here for a seat map.
Click here for a 360 degree view of the hall.
The flexible and intimate FlynnSpace expands the Flynn's mission of presenting world-class performances. This home for emerging and established Vermont artists, as well as for artists around the country, features flexible configurations including cabaret, theater in the round, and traditional stage. Depending on how the space is used, it can accommodate from 110 to 200+ people.
Hoehl and Chase Studios
The Flynn has two dance studios that house FlynnArts classes and camps as well as other events. Both studios are equipped with 2 bathrooms, water coolers, and coat hooks. Freestanding barres, chairs, music stands, and portable CD/MP3-players are also available in both studios. Chase Studio (1000 sq. ft.), on the first floor, a dance surface over a sprung floor, a stereo system with 5 CD changer and speakers, built-in bi-level barres along two walls, and a mirrored third wall. Curtains can be used to cover the mirrors. Hoehl Studio (1050 sq. ft.), on the third floor of the center, has a sprung floor covered with a vinyl surface, and the walls are not mirrored.
Amy E. Tarrant Gallery
The Amy E. Tarrant Gallery—an extension of the Flynn Lobby— is open to the public on Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm and during the First Friday Art Walk. Performance attendees may also view exhibits prior to MainStage shows and during intermission. To receive information about upcoming gallery exhibits and artist receptions, email Nancy Abbott-Hourigan. Click here to see the current exhibit.