Alan Harvey Theater

BACKGROUND

The School Board passed a resolution on January 22, 2014  for the purpose of  placing a bond initiative  on the June 2014 ballot in order to fund a renovation to the nearly 40-year old Alan Harvey Theater at 800 Magnolia Avenue. At the same time, fundraising plans  for a capital campaign to supplement revenues from the bond are underway.

As the primary venue for assemblies and performing arts at Piedmont and Millennium High schools, as well as providing space for the middle and elementary schools, broader educational, community and civic needs, it is one of the District’s most heavily used facilities. Decades of steady use have taken their toll, and the facility is now in need of significant repairs and upgrades.

Earlier this year, the district hired Quatrocchi Kwok Architects to examine the building’s integrity, prepare preliminary drawings and estimate the costs to repair the building. Working from initial drawings by Havens designer Mark Becker, QKA’s resulting design was developed, reviewed and enthusiastically endorsed by a multi-stakeholder committee.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Accessibility

Purpose and Scope of Project

 Text of Resolution 09-2013-14  Ordering an Election to Authorize the Issuance of School Bonds

 

Alan Harvey Theater Renovations and Additions

Schematic plans for the first floor of the theater

Programming Manual – February 11, 2013

 

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