To the west of Reynolds Hall, across the courtyard, is Boman Pavilion, which houses two smaller multi-purpose performance spaces: Troesh Studio Theatre and Cabaret Jazz. The lobbies features custom metal detailing, light fixtures and floor patterns thematically consistent with Reynolds Hall. The material pallet of green terrazzo floors with complimentary Venetian plaster walls creates a more intimate environment, without sacrificing the feeling of quality.
Troesh Studio Theatre and Cabaret Jazz are highly flexible spaces capable of seating up to 250 and 300 patrons, respectively. The Troesh Studio Theatre, while programmed to be a dance studio and orchestral rehearsal space, is highly adaptable and designed to be used for anything from rehearsal and small performances to parties and receptions. The expansive window openings, coupled with the custom-colored acoustic curtains, which can wrap the entirety of the room, allow it to serve many uses.
Cabaret Jazz occupies the second and third floors of Boman Pavilion, offering beautiful views of Symphony Park. A mezzanine balcony wraps the room opposite the stage, adding to the intimate feel of the space while allowing for additional patron seating. A Brazilian Cherry wood floor is complimented by custom designed seating that in turn appropriately references the intricate detailing of the room’s stainless metal railings, light fixtures and window details.