The walk begins, at 10am, in front of the BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building. For additional information:
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Designed by Hugh Hardy, of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture, the 299 seat Theatre for a New Audience opened November 2nd with A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Julie Taymor.
Built over a former parking lot, the 27,500-square-foot theatre “also houses a 50-seat rehearsal space and a lobby café.”
The BRIC Art House is the former Strand Theatre, opening in 1919 as movie palace designed by Thomas Lamb.
Originally designed by J. B. McElfatrick, the BAM Harvey opened as the Majestic Theatre on August 30, 1904 with the stage production of The Wizard of Oz. The space renamed in honor of BAM President and Executive Producer Harvey Lichtenstein when he retired in 1999.
Opened in 2001, the Mark Morris Dance Center features seven column-free studios with wood-sprung floors and spacious dressing rooms with lockers and showers.
Primarily used by the company and school, the seven studios are available for rent to non-profit dance companies at deeply discounted prices.
He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2014.