Cailloux Theater

Kerr-Lobby_smlThe multi-million dollar Cailloux Performing Arts Center in Kerrville, Texas, was completed in 2003, centered around the the renovation of the 40-year-old Kerrville Municipal Auditorium. With only the stage side of the original building being preserved, the building was entirely redone from the orchestra pit, through the 830 seats, entrance foyer and facade on Main Street, with handicapped access throughout.
 Cailloux-outside_small1Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams, Inc., one of the nation’s premier consulting firms, was responsible for the theater’s acoustic consulting and noise control, as well as for the design of the sound, lighting and rigging systems. The facility opened in early 2003. “Playhouse 2000 President Kit Werlein said he was happy so many could experience the performance in the new theater…Beyond our expectation was the acoustics and how the sound was so clear, he said, praising the design of the theater.” –The Daily Times, Kerrville, Texas
Kerr-Box_sml_smallThe Kathleen C. Cailloux Theater was the first phase of development that eventually became the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts. Subsequent phases provided additional rehearsal space and a costume shop, enabling the small Washington Street theater to be used for educational purposes.

Kerr_House_sml_smallKathleen C. Cailloux Theater
City Center for the Performing Arts
910 Main Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
(830) 896-9393



The orchestra is operated by the Symphony of the Hills Association, a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.

Photographs by  Jeffrey Sirianni, Aaron Yates and Jim Adams, unless otherwise noted.

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Symphony of the Hills Association, Inc.
Margie Schwartz, Administration
PO Box 294703
Kerrville, TX 78029-4703
(830) 792-7469