LHAT Theatre Forum Oct 11-12

From our sister organization the League of Historic American Theatres. www.lhat.org

Thalian Hall: Wilmington’s Living Room . . preserving and sustaining a cultural icon to benefit the community and future generations

October 11-12, 2010

Hosted by Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Wilmington, North Carolina


Image by Alan Cradick


Designed by historic theatre professionals for engaging their peers, this new forum uses the experiences of Thalian Hall and Wilmington, NC as a lens for investigating how historic theatres can adapt their programming, operations and facilities to remain relevant to their communities. How can a theatre’s historic character enhance community engagement? How can historic theatres become the “living rooms” of their communities?

Registration is only $199 per person for active members and includes a reception with LHAT board members and Wilmington community leaders, admission to a film screening and continental breakfast on Tuesday.


Download brochure for details and registration information.

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