In January this year, extensive remodeling began on Seattle Center's Opera House. Built as a civic auditorium in 1927 and renovated for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, little had been done to it since, and the present work will take until summer 2003. But once the decision was made to go ahead, one giant question remained: Where would the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet perform in the interim? They are the Opera House's main tenants and two of Seattle's major cultural ...

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