Studios Center for the Performing Arts

  • The Studios Center for the Performing Arts Set for October Opening in Downtown Seattle

    The Seattle arts scene is set to be expanded as a new performing arts center is ready for an upcoming opening. The Studios Center for the Performing Arts is the result of the work carried out by Ryan Waite and Shanna Waite, a Seattle-based couple with an interest in the area. The two are set to open the doors of the brand new facility at 1801 Fifth Avenue in a century-old building next month.

    Seattle 21 September 2014 05:34

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