This historic theater underwent a significant renovation for its centennial. The first phase upgraded the hard legs of the stage, which allowed for additional capacity to the stage for programs such as full orchestra, ballet, large plays, and operas. This renovation also improved the circulation path to the stage by adding clearance and backstage storage. Next we completed restoration of the wood windows and terracotta façade. The non-historic, single-pane glazing was removed and replaced with doublepane insulated glass to provide more efficient thermal and acoustic separation.