|Washington, D.C.: Mead Center for American Theater|
Country: United States of America
State: District of Columbia
Location: 1101 6th Street SW
Built 1960 by Harry Weese as "Arena Stage" for the regional theatre company of that name. 2008-2010 major renovation and rebuilding by Bing Thom Architects. Re-opened as "Mead Center for American Theater", still used by the "Arena Stage" company. The complex contains three halls: Fichandler Stage (680 seats), Kreeger Theater (514 seats) and Kogod Cradle (200 seats).
Front Text: inscription: "Arena Stage" |
Reverse Text: "The new, permanent theatre of Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., at 6th and M Sts., S.W. Internationally acclaimed for its leadership among professional resident theatres in America. Zelda Fichandler, Producing Director. Building designed by Harry Weese."
Type: Divided Back
Sent: from Washington, D.C. to Waynesboro VA, 1967
|Permanent link: https://www.andreas-praefcke.de/carthalia/id/4311|