CWRU’s Excellent New Expansion of Maltz Performing Arts Center
“Case Western Reserve University is known widely for its programs in engineering and the sciences, but it can now boast of having a superb home for its programs in music, dance, and theater,” writes Steven Litt of Cleveland.com.
Last month, the university announced it had completed an expansion of the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center, the first phase of which was completed in 2015. The newly completed expansion includes a 250-seat theater, named for donor and arts supporter Roe Green, with raked seats, and a 100-seat black box theater, named for donors Walter and Jean Kalberer.
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