April 20, 2014

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Inside the Richard Rodgers Theatre Renovation
The Richard Rodgers Theatre, which was built in 1925 as Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, underwent a $3.5 million renovation in anticipation of the starry Broadway revival of Romeo and Juliet.
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EverGreene performed testing of materials on site. On a portion of the balcony and the walls is a mock up of the potential design scheme. If approved, this design scheme would be carried throughout the theatre.
EverGreene performed testing of materials on site. On a portion of the balcony and the walls is a mock up of the potential design scheme. If approved, this design scheme would be carried throughout the theatre.
Photo by EverGreene Architectural Arts

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