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  1. Dr. P. Phillips Orlando Performing Arts Center Presentation to Orange County Board of County Commissioners

  2. Jim Pugh,Chairman

  3. Katherine Ramsberger, President

  4. TODAY’S LINEUP • Progress • PAC Milestones • Site Plan • PAC Program • Schematic Design • Theater Program • Fundraising Update • Seeking Approval from Orange County Commission

  5. 2007-2008 Progress - Design Track- Design Process • - Expanded Board of Directors to 29 members • - Expanded DPAC/Hines team • PAC Executives • Technology Summit • Greater Orlando Arts Groups • Back of House • PAC Partners (monthly) • Completed schematic design • Achieved several milestones • Governance • Operations • Design Reviews

  6. MILESTONES 2007-2008 Procurement of Design Team Jan 2008 Production Architect Selected Jan 2008 First United Methodist Church Land Acquisition Closed Into Escrow June 2008 Schematic Design Complete July 2008 Maguire Property Acquired July 2008 Design Development Begins July 2008 Amendment to OPAC/City Contract Aug 2008 Design Unveiling Nov 2008 Construction Manager Selection 2009 Ground Breaking 2012 Grand Opening

  7. THE SITE

  8. 2007 Master Plan

  9. 2008 Master Plan

  10. 2007 PROGRAM • 1,800± Acoustic Hall • 2,800± Amplified Hall • 300± Community Hall • Rehearsal Hall • Education Space • - 10,000 square feet • Outdoor Areas 2008 PROGRAM • 1,700± Acoustic Hall • 2,800± Amplified Hall • 300± Community Hall • Rehearsal Hall • Education Space - 10,000 square feet • Outdoor Areas • Increased Program Components

  11. 100 % SCHEMATIC DESIGN

  12. 2008 THEATER PROGRAM

  13. Acoustic Music/Theater 1,700± seats Home to the Orlando Philharmonic, Orlando Ballet, Orlando Opera, Festival of Orchestras Showcase traditional artsAcoustical environmentIntimacy and great site linesFlexible form and seat countMulti-form Hall vs. Multi-purpose Hall

  14. The Opera House

  15. The Symphony Hall

  16. Lyric-Opera/Dance/Musicals

  17. Lyric-Opera/Dance/Musicals

  18. Changeover…

  19. Changeover…….

  20. Amplified Hall 2,800± seats Accommodates the balance of local arts groups activities Large scale productions/traveling showsMaximize seat count on orchestra levelRequires amplifications for most activityAbility to close upper levels to reduce seat countAcoustical rating change

  21. Community Hall 300± seats Accommodates small local performing arts groupsFlexible small theater accommodating theater, music and danceEducation functions UCF Partnership

  22. ARTS EDUCATION Five Programs 1. Advanced Learning 2. Performance-based Education 3. Professional Development 4. Partnerships - Local public and private schools - Arts groups - After-school programs 5. Distance Learning Proposal to acquire former Orlando/Orange County Expressway Authority building for children’s conservatory

  23. Dr. Phillips Charities Walt Disney World Co. DeVos Family CNL Financial Group Jim and Alexis Pugh Darden Restaurants Harriett Lake Richard Kessler Harvey and Carol Massey Bank of America Universal Orlando Foundation Chuck and Lynn Steinmetz Anonymous Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Fdtn. Elizabeth Morse Genius Fdtn. Marc and Sharon Hagle OUC Annette Neel Tupperware Brands Kobrin Family Sonny’s Franchise Company Jim Heistand/ Eola Capital Westpointe LLC Ginsburg Family Rashid Khatib Winifred Johnson Clive Fdtn. Edyth Bush Charitable Fdtn. FAIRWINDS Credit Union Ford Kiene Stan and Betty Collier Fund Arkin Family Diane and James Holloway Hal and Victoria Kantor Margot H. Knight Ramsberger Family Illinois Tool Works Thomas Brodwin Cannold Allen Arthur Mark Johnson Michal Wiesbrock/Jeffery Baldwin Avalon Films LaVon W. Bracy Paul C. Palmer Russ Bredholt Tom Hope Wndy Chioji Dr. Samuel Shay Don & Pat Engfer COMMITTED DONORS Over $86 million to date Gifts Range: $25 million - $5.00 Trone PR Jack Kazanzas Susan Ellen Parr ATI Professional Services/Linda Smith D. Scott Ball Ronald Lustig Naveen Lazarus Vickie Westmark Kevin Calabro Brian and Gail McNulty Mark Stein David Hedgecoth Wayne & Janice Weisbrock John Hein Chad Daughtrey Johnnie Cox Michael Goodge Nancy Andreatas

  24. City of Orlando-OPAC Agreement AMENDMENT 4 • The Orlando City Council approved Amendment 4 on July 21, 2008. • Extends the deadline for OPAC’s acquisition of the First United Methodist Church parcel and Maguire parcel to December 31, 2008 • Revises Exhibit C, the conceptual site lay-out, to show the performance halls have been consolidated for a more efficient structure along with minor shifts of uses on the site, and the modification of South Street. • Revises Exhibit G, the Design Standards for the PAC, to reflect minor shifts in allocation of space. • Corrects two scrivener’s errors in sections 2.1.23 and 4.3.2.

  25. REQUEST FOR ORANGE COUNTY COMMISSION ACTION • Seeking Approval on Amendment 4 from the City of Orlando/OPAC Agreement