MARSHALL FAMILY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER FEATURED IN ARCHITECT MAGAZINE
The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center, the first dedicated performing arts venue designed by WEISS/MANFREDI, has been featured in Architect Magazine.
"The 65,000-square-foot building at once hugs the landscape and cantilevers out dramatically from it, toward the center of Greenhill campus," states architecture critic Mark Lamster.
The facility houses three performance spaces: a 600-seat proscenium theater with a 65-foot-high fly loft, a state-of-the-art studio theater, and a light-filled dance/choral rehearsal space. It also includes a video production and digital media lab, a comprehensive scene shop, two fine art galleries, an expansive lobby, and ancillary teaching and performance spaces.
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