After posting an exterior shot of the BAM Fisher Building earlier this week, we were sent an interior shot of the large window of the building’s rehearsal studio looking out onto Ashland Place. Looks great! The addition, which will house a 250-seat theater, a 1,400-square-foot rehearsal studio and a theater workshop, should be ready by this year.
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