Progress is being made on the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts
Where we last left off….
There was a giant hole in the ground for the basement of the new Engelstad Theatre.
Layout of the theatre’s footprint. This will be the guideline for the foundation pouring. The trap room has also been excavated.
Fred Adams on site during the first cement pouring.
The next step was to outline and build the promenade walls that will outline the theatre.
Cement pouring of promenade walls.
“Thou Wall, O Wall, O sweet and lovely Wall”
Promenade Randall View
After the promenade walls were set, the basement walls were next to go up.
The basement walls can now be seen from the ground floor.
Now the team is working on the office buildings and the new Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre.
The Studio Theatre has been leveled and the north side walls are being put up.
A lot has happened over the past few months and the Festival is thrilled to see our new home coming together. We will keep our audiences, donors, and fans updated as we build this dream together. To watch the construction in real time visit our website. Construction Progress