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Irvington, New York

Patterned after the historic Ford’s Theater in Washington, the original theater was built atop the Classical Revival Village Hall building in 1902.  After years of disuse, it was renovated and reopened in 1981. Accessed only by an egress stair, it is without amenities vital to its current success as a focal point of civic and cultural life in the Lower Hudson Valley region. Our studio’s design for improvements and expansion will provide a proper entry and other essential improvements respectful of the historic theater and landmark building that houses it.

The design improves visibility and arrival experience; accessibility; theater usage, and public amenity.


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