The Municipal Auditorium

Built in 1935 by the Federal Public Works Administration, this beautiful remnant of the Pendergast era of Kansas City is a 2,400 seat jewell in the city's crown.

Due the 'extravagance' of installing a pipe organ into the hall during the height of the Great Depression, the pipe chambers remained empty until the KCTPO came to an agreement with the City over a mutual use of the hall for the Robert-Morton's rebirth.