Snapshots of History 3

Does anyone know who any of these dancers are or what performance they are in? Perhaps what year? Please comment via our social media pages and hopefully we'll be able to track down more information. Stay tuned.

Construction Update

-The first floor concession areas and adjacent restrooms are 90% framed. -The second floor bar has been framed. -The West Addition, which will house dressing rooms, green room, scene shop, and loading dock is undergoing steel framing. The steel portion is 75% complete. -The East Addition, which will house mechanical systems and a dedicated piano storage room has it's concrete floor freshly poured and structural brick is currently being installed. -Outdoor masonry restoration is ongoing. The East wall has been 25% cleaned and re-pointed. The West wall has 15% progress. This is a very time-consuming and tedious task, but the old luster of restored brick is starting to shine through.

Snapshots of History 2

Our snapshot this week comes from the RGPAC's collection of historic images. It includes an amazing fire engine and a great view of our original marquee. Please respond if you have any more information in regard to this historic photo.

Snapshots of History

Prior to renovations, we collected multiple 360 degree scans of all rooms, many of which included signatures and drawings from all those who utilized the theater and dressing rooms in years past. Please take a moment to view these historical images and see if you can find anyone or anything familiar. We encourage you to tag friends and family or provide more information about any of these images. Stay tuned! We will be providing weekly updates to this collection of photos.

West Side Addition Now Rising Above Foundation

March-Westin is now adding structural steel for the second story of the west side addition which will house the green rooms, dressing rooms as well as additional space for the theater. Although this building is brand new, it will complement the existing structure by blending in with the original architectural details. Substantial cleaning to the front face of the building has been taking place along with protection of existing terra cotta elements. Ductwork throughout the building is approximately 95% complete.

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