CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS 3

A Photographic History of the Construction of the James M. Collier Theatre Building December 2010 - January 2011

12/4/10

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12-7-10 - Lobby looking toward the bathrooms. Concessions toward the left; quilt wall on the right.
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Stage proscenium (center)

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1/3/11

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Stage proscenium (center) from upper auditorium entrance

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The set shop and mezzanine storage

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1/11/11 - Installing the catwalk
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Sheet-rocking the lobby area

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1/18/11 - Lobby looking toward bathrooms
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Lobby looking toward entrance

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Auditorium from right upper entrance

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