Comments for: Penobscot Theatre Company running out of storage, work space

Posted May 06, 2012, at 7:29 p.m.

BANGOR | Not too far in the distant past, the 92-year-old Bangor Opera House’s balcony was jammed with live theater fans and moviegoers. Now, the space that used to be able to seat nearly 1,000 people is jammed with rows upon rows of uniforms, costumes and other wardrobe items …

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  • Clarification: We are thrilled to be in our office spaces next to the theatre – but as the Opera House is our home, we would love to free up the balcony space for other activities – although, unfortunately building our exquisite sets will not be possible up there! Thank you for the article, Andrew! 

  • Anonymous

    That is the price you pay for being a part of downtown, there is no space to be able to do anything.

  • Anonymous

    I wish them success.Local theater and support for the arts/libraries is SO vital!

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