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Sunday, June 22, 2003
Pacific Northwest arts boom
A list of major new or remodeled buildings for Northwest arts organizations, during the past two decades:

Bagley Wright Theater
Bagley Wright Theater
1983: Bagley Wright Theatre, home of Seattle Repertory Theatre at Seattle Center.

1985: Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Olympia.

1991: Seattle Art Museum, downtown at First and University.

Phelps Center
Phelps Center
1993: Phelps Center, home of Pacific Northwest Ballet offices and studios, at Seattle Center.

Meydenbauer Center Theatre, Bellevue.

Tacoma Theatre District (a three-theater complex with the remodeled Pantages and Rialto theaters, and the new Theatre on the Square for the Tacoma Actors' Guild), downtown Tacoma.

1993-95: Charlotte Martin Theatre and Eve Alvord Theatre, home of Seattle Children's Theatre, at Seattle Center.

1994: Seattle Asian Art Museum (remodel of original Seattle Art Museum), Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill.

1996: Kreielsheimer Place, home of ACT Theatre, downtown at Seventh and Union.

Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall
Leo T. Kreielsheimer Theatre, second stage for Seattle Repertory Theatre, at Seattle Center.

1997: Kirkland Performance Center, in downtown Kirkland.

Henry Art Gallery (remodel), University of Washington campus.

Bellevue Art Museum
Bellevue Art Museum
1998:Benaroya Hall, home of the Seattle Symphony, downtown at Second and University.

2000: Experience Music Project, at Seattle Center (Fifth and Harrison).

2001: Bellevue Art Museum, downtown Bellevue.

2002: Museum of Glass, Tacoma.

McCaw Hall
McCaw Hall
2003: Tacoma Art Museum, downtown Tacoma.

2003: Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, home of Pacific Northwest Ballet and Seattle Opera, at Seattle Center.


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