The Aronoff Center is a performing arts centre in Cincinnati, Ohio and consists of three main theaters the largest of which is The Procter & Gamble Hall with a capacity of 2,719 seats.
At the center you can see a variety of shows including plays, musicals, music concerts, comedy and ballet.
Designed by the architect César Pelli, the center opened in 1995. The other two theaters within the center are The Jarson-Kaplan Theater (437 seats) and The Fifth Third Bank Theater (a studio theater with 150 seats). There is also The Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery, the rehearsal hall and rooms for receptions, screenings, dinners and meetings (Green Room, Center Stage Room and Founder's Room).