We recently took a look behind the construction fence surrounding BAM’s Fisher Building to see how work is coming along. The renovation and expansion of the building, which is supposed to be finished later this year, will result in a 250-seat performance space, a 100-seat rehearsal space, and offices. It seems like the first level still needs some work, but the addition appears to be close to completion. Click through to see another picture.
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