Warner Grand Theatre reopens after major redo

posted by RayKaufman on November 10, 2006 at 2:45 am

SAN PEDRO, CA — The Warner Grand Theatre, L.A.’s venerable Naby reopened this past Saturday with a stunning performance by the resident, Golden State Pops Orchestra.

This marked the first performance with the near completion of an $800,000 restoration
including the rebuilding of the original seats, complete down to a near ‘dead-on’ re-covering of the 1500 plus seats with a customed loomed fabric, replicating the original.

Also included was the complete strip of the stagehouse from its original hemp system, to a more modern “T” rail, complete with a new loading dock and a new screen system and updated film sound capabilities.

Funding for this major restoration was accomplished and continues by the community theatre support group, Grand Vision Foundation.

For info about future programs, visit The Warner Grand Official Website.

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Patsy
Patsy on November 11, 2006 at 5:41 am

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