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Program series are hosted at Regent University's Performance Arts Center, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.

Series & Programs

The Performing Arts Center hosts a variety of series, from the Virginia Symphony Series to the Speaker Series with notable media personalities such as producer-director Corbin Bernsen and actor Tony Hale. The center also serves as a window to the world of student films through the Student Film Showcase. Moreover, local teachers and parents can treat young students with the Student Matinee Program.

The Virginia Symphony has enriched the communities of Hampton Roads for over 90 years. Under the leadership of Grammy Award-winning music director JoAnn Falletta’s, it offers more 140 concerts each season, including orchestral support of the Virginia Opera and the Virginia Arts Festival.

For ticketing information concerning the VSO concerts at Regent University, please contact:

VSO Box Office
757.892.6366 | 757.466.3046 (Fax)
M-F: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Virginia Symphony has enriched the communities of Hampton Roads for over 90 years. Under the leadership of Grammy Award-winning music director JoAnn Falletta’s, it offers more 140 concerts each season, including orchestral support of the Virginia Opera and the Virginia Arts Festival.

For ticketing information concerning the VSO concerts at Regent University, please contact:

VSO Box Office
757.892.6366 | 757.466.3046 (Fax)
M-F: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Regent University has been presenting positive-value films to the local community since the university’s founding in 1978. Our annual festivals include the Student Film Showcase at the end of each semester, the Redemptive Film Festival, featuring films from around the world, and The ReelDreams Film Competition, where prospective students compete for a full scholarship to our prestigious film school.

Join Regent University’s Annual Student Film Showcase featuring the best student films of the year. Our students’ films have been recognized on the regional, national and international levels, winning over 425 awards.

Submission Form

Regent University is dedicated to the advancement of principled leadership. The Performing Arts Center is the venue for our Speaker Series and, in the past, has hosted several nationally respected forums.

The School of Communication & the Arts is committed to enhancing our students’ educational experience by introducing them to working professionals in the arts and entertainment fields. Our guest speakers comprise an impressive list of professional actors, writers, producers, directors, studio executives, journalists and scholars.

Clash of the Titans®

The Clash of the Titans® was an annual event that featured national and international political leaders with opposing points of views. Conducted in a debate format and moderated by notable news talk show hosts, the event was often broadcast on C-SPAN.

Ronald Reagan Symposium

The Ronald Reagan Symposium drew leading scholars and policy makers from across the nation into an exchange on American politics. It featured a blend of national television personalities, historians, professors, authors and national magazine editors.

Annual Global Roundtable

Each annual roundtable was part of Regent’s RU Global Campaign – an initiative of our Quality Enhancement Program. The topics discussed in included how to lead in Jesus’ name given the challenge of global citizenship and historical models of Christian leadership.

The student matinee package includes discounted tickets, a classroom study guide and a “talkback” session at the end of the show. Student matinees are held at 10 a.m. on the second Friday of select theatre productions. Contact the Regent University Box Office for more information at 757.352.4245 or boxoffice@regent.edu.