The Golden Palace
The Orpheum's many lobbies and gathering spaces capture unique moments in the theater's history through architecture, preparing visitors for a thrilling arts experience. 85% of all fixtures in the building - furniture,  metal grill work, draperies, marble and plaster sculpture - date back to 1927, making this theater an elegant home for the performing arts.

Slosburg Hall Slosburg Hall
Slosburg Hall is the heart of the Orpheum - a 2,600-seat proscenium theater with a magnificent, show-stopping dose of French Renaissance glamour. The theater was named for Stanley Slosburg and his wife, the late Eleanor Slosburg, in 2005, for their generous support of the Orpheum throughout its renovations and upkeep.
Box Office Lobby Ticket Omaha Box Office Lobby
Added in the 1996 renovation, the lobby extends the glitz and glamour of the original 1927 Box Office. With gold elements, a trio of original Czech crystal chandeliers, and decorative ironwork, this satellite location of the Ticket Omaha Box Office offers a full range of patron ticketing services 90 minutes before and during events.
Entrance Lobby Lauritzen Lobby
Patron services in this historic entrance hall range from bar service to Will Call. Added after the 1927 Grand Opening, this lobby is enhanced by French Renaissance elements - a mirrored ballroom, elaborate metalwork disguising the air vents, chandeliers, and marble countertops installed in 1996.
Grand Lobby Grand Lobby
Another elegant space from the 1927 theater, this area provides thorough access to Slosburg Hall, the main auditorium. French Renaissance decor includes barrel-vaulted ceilings, a trio of chandeliers, elaborate wrought iron railings, rose cavernett and red lavanti marble, sconces, crimson draperies, crystal chandeliers, gold leaf and ivory finishes, original terra cotta drinking fountains, and more.
Exhibition Lobby Exhibition Lobby
Utilitarian ceiling tiles and lighting fixtures serve to remind patrons of this lobby's former life as part of City National Bank. This lobby was added in the 1989 renovation and provides even more convenient access to restrooms, concessions, and Slosburg Hall.