100 Years Of Life: The Rehabilitation Of Richmond’s Carpenter Theatre
By: Meghan White
Early in 2002, the Virginia Performing Arts Foundation and Wilson Butler Architects coordinated a comprehensive master plan for Richmond, Virginia’s art scene. The goal was to revitalize the community by bringing in more arts and entertainment while providing updated spaces for Richmond’s symphony orchestra, ballet, and opera, as well as for smaller arts programs. Of the four theaters chosen to be included in the master plan, the Carpenter Theatre was selected as the first to be rehabilitated.
Follow the link to discover more about this project. https://savingplaces.org/stories/rehabilitation-richmond-carpenter-theatre