The Kimberly-Clark Theater is an acoustically rich space with technical details similar to those in Thrivent Financial Hall. The walls are a thick concrete with deeply textured surfaces on the exposed face. This texture provides an interesting finish to the concrete but more importantly, provides acoustic treatment to breakdown sound energy. Brick curtain pockets can be found on the sidewalls that hide acoustical curtains, which can be drawn depending on the desired sound. In addition, the theater has audio and lighting systems and acoustical curtains.