The Wells Fargo Center for the Arts is a small performance venue opened in 1981, located outside of Santa Rosa, CA. Though Wells Fargo had the naming rights to the theater for more than ten years, the name recently reverted to its original name, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. This site exists to direct traffic that still know the theater as the Wells Fargo Center. If you are looking for the official Luther Burbank Center site, please click here.
The Center’s largest performance area, the Ruth Finley Person Theater, seats 1,612 and boasts a 58-foot stage. There are also two other event spaces for more intimate performances: the Carston Caberet, with capacity from 100-300, and the East Auditorium, which can seat up to 400. The property also has conference rooms and event spaces available for rent.
LBC hosts several camps during the summer months for aspiring young actors and musicians. These camps teach everything from Mariachi to acting to songwriting, and are a great way for your child to experiment with his or her creative side.
Three resident companies call the LBC home:
- North Bay Stage Company
- Roustabout Theater
- Left Edge Theatre
Additionally, the LBC frequently hosts concerts by the Santa Rosa Symphony.
We hope that you’ll have the opportunity to visit the LBC for a performance or event in the near future!