The Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, Wash., recently underwent a $1.2 million renovation. (Courtesy Admiral Theatre) Over the past two years, the Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, Wash., has received much-needed updates to the tune of $1.2 million. Formerly a 1940s movie house, the theater was renovated and reopened in 1999. “It has been 20 years since we did any work, so it was due for upgrades,” said Brian Johnson, executive director. This included a renovated lobby, new seats and tables and chairs on the main floor and a $500,000 sound system from Meyer Sound. “Before, we had more of a performing arts sound system, but we do a lot of concerts here, so it was fantastic to upgrade,” Johnson said. With the new system, the theater was able to host Trace Adkins, Lonestar, Phil Vassar, John Tesh, the Righteous Brothers and the Temptations. “We didn’t realize what we were missing with… Continue Reading Washington Theater Takes a Big Step Up in Sound

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