The Weinberg has closed for renovations and will re-open in September. The renovations aim to make the theater’s style closer to what it may have looked like when it was the Tivoli theater, which opened in 1926. More from the FNP:
“What is going on right now is that all of that old silk wallpaper has been torn down and they’re painting all the walls inside the Weinberg,” according to theater spokeswoman Victoria Temiz. “It will have a really neat, updated look.”
“Because we have moved now in the direction of having live performances … we’re trying to reflect what the 1920s (performing arts) theater would have looked like,” Temiz said.
The room’s colors scheme will be much lighter. “We’re trying to lighten it up and get some of that 1920s look with modern accommodations,” she said.
Photo from the Weinberg’s Facebook Page.