GREENWICH, Conn. — The old Greenwich High School auditorium has taken its place in history.
Crews have finished demolishing the original auditorium, which was constructed in 1970. The original building was often described as having poor acoustics and lacking sufficient space for current school programs.
Crews will construct new classrooms on the site. Earlier this school year, Greenwich High celebrated the opening of a much-awaited auditorium that replaced the original one .
The school's new 35,000-square-foot performing arts center features a tiered 1,325-seat multi-purpose auditorium. It also includes an orchestra pit, a set design room, green room, two dressing rooms, piano, prop and costume storage rooms, and a large galleria entrance.
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