The renovation of Georgia's official state theatre combines the new with the old A historic landmark with antecedents stretching back to Edwin Booth, theSpringer Opera House was built in 1871 in Columbus, GA, and stands as the state's official theatre. After quite a checkered existence, the theatre was renovated over a two–year period, from 1997 through 1999. The goal was to restore the public areas and auditorium to the way they were in 1901, yet add totally modern stage equipment and ...

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