There’s no disputing that historical venues are in a tough spot. It can be challenging meeting audiences’ production and service expectations in a 100-plus-year-old facility when certain upgrades are restricted by preservation commissions.
One of the biggest issues is finding the necessary funding needed to keep these landmarks operating and relevant for today’s spectators.
Yet, according to the Forest Hill, Md.-based League of Historic American Theaters (LHAT), older ...


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