THEATER & PERFORMING ARTS LIST
Cicely Tyson School of Performing and Fine Arts: East Orange, NJ
New 780-seat auditorium/theater for a new community high school. The school’s major function is to promote the fine arts within its student body.
Count Basie Theater: Red Bank, New Jersey
New additions, restoration to the existing historic theater. Major structural support for extensive mechanical upgrade work.
Drew University - Dorothy Young Center for the Performing Arts: Madison, New Jersey
25,000 square foot addition consisting of a 450 seat auditorium for music performances.
Drew University - Shakespeare Festival Theater: Madison, NJ
Addition and major renovation to existing facility to convert into a first class performing arts facility. The existing walls and roof structure were the only items reused in the final configuration of the structure.
New Jersey State Theater: New Brunswick, New Jersey
Renovation and restoration work to the existing facility. Hanging details supports for various theater type equipment and new marked signage at entry.
Pennington School Campus Center: Pennngton, New Jersey
A new facility for the Pennington Campus, including a “black box” theater for the performing arts students and various support areas.
Pingry School - Performing Arts Addition: Martinsville, NJ
Major addition including a new theater and support spaces for theater and musical productions for this private school.
Rahway Hall Bell Performing Arts Center: Rahway, New Jersey
Dilapidated Bell Telephone warehouse that was modified into a new performing arts center. The existing trusses were erected for one of the buildings for the 1939 World's Fair in New York City and they were relocated to this location to be re-used for the warehouse. Work included a new entry addition and assembly space.
Two Rivers Theater: Red Bank, New Jersey
New 300 seat first class theater to house Broadway productions, various plays and concerts.
Westport Theater: Westport, Connecticut
A mostly new first class theater facility build around and encompassing some of the older historic fabric of the existing facility. A private facility, seating 300 people and able to host major Broadway and classical productions.