Coming down, for now


The first phase of the façade restoration of the Murphy Theatre is finished — all of the decorative cornice pieces have been removed and all the terra cotta on the front of the building is prepared and ready for the next phase of the project. Workers began removing the sidewalk scaffolding in front of the theater on Monday; that scaffolding is expected to be gone by Wednesday, with the street to be opened Monday afternoon. Painting around the ticket booth will resume later this week. Scaffolding will be back up for 3-4 weeks in June when the project is completed.


John Hamilton | News Journal

The first phase of the façade restoration of the Murphy Theatre is finished — all of the decorative cornice pieces have been removed and all the terra cotta on the front of the building is prepared and ready for the next phase of the project. Workers began removing the sidewalk scaffolding in front of the theater on Monday; that scaffolding is expected to be gone by Wednesday, with the street to be opened Monday afternoon. Painting around the ticket booth will resume later this week. Scaffolding will be back up for 3-4 weeks in June when the project is completed.

The first phase of the façade restoration of the Murphy Theatre is finished — all of the decorative cornice pieces have been removed and all the terra cotta on the front of the building is prepared and ready for the next phase of the project. Workers began removing the sidewalk scaffolding in front of the theater on Monday; that scaffolding is expected to be gone by Wednesday, with the street to be opened Monday afternoon. Painting around the ticket booth will resume later this week. Scaffolding will be back up for 3-4 weeks in June when the project is completed.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_DSC_0302-1.jpgThe first phase of the façade restoration of the Murphy Theatre is finished — all of the decorative cornice pieces have been removed and all the terra cotta on the front of the building is prepared and ready for the next phase of the project. Workers began removing the sidewalk scaffolding in front of the theater on Monday; that scaffolding is expected to be gone by Wednesday, with the street to be opened Monday afternoon. Painting around the ticket booth will resume later this week. Scaffolding will be back up for 3-4 weeks in June when the project is completed. John Hamilton | News Journal