Design Taking Shape for Amphitheater Near New Albany’s McCoy Center
Plans progress for an amphitheater near the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts in New Albany, Ohio. Our design for the 800-seat amphitheater will have a similar capacity and stage size as the McCoy so that it can accommodate a full symphony orchestra.
Our design team is trying to address the functional needs of the facility and prioritize key aspects. It’s always the stage first."
The amphitheater design is intimate and friendly and could serve as a space for families to connect and socialize in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere.
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