Some members of the commission would like more information about T2’s financials before deciding whether to continue making payments on the $3 million the group pledged to the theatre company five years ago.
The good news just keeps on rolling in for Fayetteville’s TheatreSquared.
Two major gifts this year have pushed TheatreSquared closer to its goal of raising money for its new permanent home in downtown Fayetteville.
A portion of Spring Street will be closed this week while crews work to dismantle a tower crane at the TheatreSquared construction site.
The Walton Family Foundation made another major commitment to TheatreSquared’s expansion project in downtown Fayetteville.
The group has secured $21 million of the $34 million needed to build the new facility planned at the southeast corner of West Avenue and Spring Street.
TheatreSquared will break ground on its new permanent home in downtown Fayetteville later this month.
Commissioners voted unanimously to give the local non-profit theatre company $200,000 each year for the next 15 years, for a total of $3 million.
T2 officials on Monday asked A&P commissioners to match the city’s recent $3.1 million commitment to the local non-profit’s planned facility in downtown Fayetteville.
A $3.1 million allocation to TheatreSquared, a $1.7 million allocation for city employee raises, and more.
City Council members next week will consider putting $3.1 million toward a new performing arts theater in downtown Fayetteville.
TheatreSquared’s vision of having a permanent, state-of-the-art theater in downtown Fayetteville is becoming a reality.
City Council members last week voted to approve a longterm lease agreement that clears the way for a brand new TheatreSquared performing arts center in downtown Fayetteville.
Approving a city-owned land lease agreement with TheatreSquared, rezoning 35 acres on Dead Horse Mountain Road, and more.
TheatreSquared officials today announced a plan to involve local residents in the design of the company’s new theatre building at the southeast corner of Spring Street and West Avenue in Fayetteville.