|Regency Experimental Media Performing Arts Center|
|Regency Hollow in December 2014, with REMPAC in the foreground|
|Completed|| Work Began 2004
|Location|| 5 Falkenstrom Street
Regency Hollow, Adustelan CW027
|Tallest building in Adustelan?||Never|
|Building Purpose||Theatre, Office|
|Primary Building Materials||Glass, Bedrock, Oak Wood|
|Added to ARHP|| June 22, 2013
(with Honor Landmark designation) July 13, 2015 (Honor status rescinded)
"Regency Arts Center" redirects here. For the A/B Line Subway Station, see Regency Arts Center (Adustelan Metro Station)
The Regency Experimental Media Performing Arts Center, frequently shortened to the Regency Arts Center or REMPAC, is a dual-theater musical and theatrical performance venue in the neighborhood of Regency Hollow, in the City of Adustelan, south of City Center.
It is the current home to the Adustelan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. It was designated as an Adustelan Historic Landmark with Honor designation on June 22, 2013. However, it was later discovered that the facility took a tremendous amount of details without permission from the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. As a result, its honor status was rescinded on July 13, 2015.
REMPAC is located on the site of the former Bruckheimer Plaza, a public plaza infamous for its connection to former mayor Maxwell Christopher Douglas.
Plans for REMPAC were announced in December of 2003 and construction began 7 months later. The project was funded greatly by Staunton University, though it is not officially included as part of the campus it is heavily utilized by the arts program. The main building was completed in 2008.
While the building's main theater was widely praised for its sound construction, there was harsh criticism of theater two. The Pacific Times printed an article bashing the architectural firm Andrews&Scottsman for "cheaping out" on the construction of the annexed theater, saying it's seating capacity was "vastly inadequate" and all around looked "rushed and incomplete". In response to public criticism, a complete redesign of the annex was proposed in June of 2012 and completed in February of 2015 at the cost of $90,000,000.
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The building was built by Falconstorm in June of 2013.
The annex Theater 2 was redesigned in February of 2016.
The nearest subway station is Regency Arts Center (A/B Line), whose entrance is located near the Falkenstrom Street doors.