Baltimore's SenatorTheatre in better shape. Check out the photos on the Friends of the Senator Facebook page for contrasting views.

Baltimore’s Senator Theatre closed for renovations

Baltimore’s Senator Theatre in all its glory.

THS member Howard Haas from Philadelphia shares news that Baltimore’s Senator Theatre closed April 26, 2012 for renovations that will include restoration, addition of three more auditoriums and addition of a restaurant.
THS visited the Senator during the 2009 Conclave.
Howard notes that prior plans that would have meant destruction of the restroom lounges and inserting door entries in the Rotunda Lobby were changed so that restroom lounges survive and the new auditoriums will be entered from the foyer that provides entry to the main auditorium.
Photos of the restoration of the Rotunda Lobby and renderings of the project are here
Friends of the Senator Theatre continue to express their concerns here

One Comment

  1. Tom Kiefaber Please peruse this information posted by Friends of The senator. Howard Haas is a good guy who means well, but from what he’s dealt with in Philly, he should know by now re: closed historic theatres, one cannot believe what is often printed in the papers or reported in the media. This posted info will update all concerned on the real story about what’s taking place surrounding The Senator Theatre. It’s a real scandal in the making currently being ignored by our lame local media in Baltimore, who are essentially complicit with the ruses and cover stories spun by City Hall.

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