A Night to Remember: Fine Arts Theatre Opening a Success!
December 11, 2013
|The newly renovated Fine Arts Theatre opened on Dec. 13.
The newly renovated Fine Arts Theatre officially opened on Friday, Dec. 13 with a ribbon cutting before the High School Percussion Concert-the first performance in the new theatre. Students representing the high school performing arts groups took part in the ribbon cutting. Also on stage were Fine Arts faculty Mrs. Cynthia Schreiner, Mrs. CeCe Kapron, Ms. Sarah Grisso, Mr. Robert Vogel along with Percussion Director Mr. Rick Minnotte.
High School Principal Brian McFeeley and School Board President Elaine Cappucci made a few opening remarks before the countdown to the ribbon cutting. The sold out audience was treated to an outstanding performance by our percussion students.
Recognized as one of the finest high school performance venues in the state, the Fine Arts Theatre was originally designed to resemble Lincoln Center in New York City. The newly renovated theatre includes:
New maple stage flooring
New blue velour stage curtains
New Bose state-of the-art sound system and controls
New carpeting and paint
Newly renovated restrooms
New elevator from 1st floor lobby to second floor lobby and control room
Like new refurbished theatre seats
New front lobby doors will be installed
New concrete plaza at the front of the theatre with direct access from the South Parking lot
New House Lighting
Handicap accessibility installed
New HVAC system
Sound panels installed on the walls and underside of the catwalk
New sprinkler system
Completely renovated Green Room/ Theater preparation
New ticket booth in the lobby
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