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In 1978, the Palm Beach County Council of the Arts was created by Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr.. The council's goals focused on the development of local arts, and sought to create a major performing arts center following the success of the Palm Beach Playhouse. In 1986, friends of Raymond F. Kravis raised a $5 million donation in his honor, beginning construction for the eventual 1992 opening. The donation, headed by Leonard Davis and Merrill Bank, grew to $10 million before 1992, and the two remain on the Center's committee. (Wikipedia)

Wikipedia Kravis_Center_for_the_Performing_Arts
Capacity 2195
Address 701 Okeechobee Blvd , West Palm Beach, FL, USA
Architect Eberhard Zeidler
Opening year 1992, September 19th
Official website https://www.kravis.org/