The Ziff Ballet Opera House (ZBOH) was designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in partnership with Artec Consultants Inc., a global leader in the design and planning of innovative performing arts facilities, and Tony-winning lighting designer Jules Fisher and his partner, the theater designer Joshua Dachs of Fisher Dachs Associates.
ZBOH is the second- largest performing arts stage in the United States, after the NY Metropolitan Opera House, is designed to serve the needs of the most complex of productions, ranging from Broadway musicals, aerial spectacles, circus productions to opera, ballet and dance.
Weddings - Parties & Receptions - Dinners with a Performance- Keynote Speaker Presentations - Press Conferences - Awards Ceremonies - Film Screenings - Product Launches - Performances - Concerts
- Main Stage: 950 Reception, 1,000 Theater, 480 Banquet, 600 Classroom ~9,083 Square Feet 128'x3"x71' , Ceiling Height 121'
- Back Stage: 520 Reception, 545 Theater, 360 Banquet, 300 Classroom ~4,901 Square Feet 85'x85'
- Side Stage: 420 Reception, 475 Theater, 360 Banquet, 250 Classroom ~4,151 Square Feet, Ceiling Height 121'
- Full Stage: 1,800 Reception, 2,000 Theater, 1,200 Banquet, 1,200 Classroom ~18,135 Square Feet, Ceiling Height 121'
- Theater Seating Capacity 2,400
- Proscenium stage and state-of-the-art technical capabilities are designed to serve the most complex of productions, ranging from Broadway plays and musicals to opera, ballet and dance companies
- Full Rigging Capabilities from ceiling w/in the Dome and from the Stage
- Classic interior horseshoe design offers excellent sightlines from four levels of seating.
- The exuberantly designed Hibiscus Proscenium Curtain is being created by Robert Rahway Zakanitch and commissioned by Miami-Dade Art in Public Places
- Box Office services (required for ticketed events)
- Green room and dressing-room facilities
- Rental fee is for entire ZBOHouse and stages (side, front, back) can be sectioned off to hold multiple events on one stage.