The Howard Theatre in Washington, DC was once teeming with top entertainers and fans, but after it closed, debris piled up, and animals took shelter in the seats. Michael Marshall and Paola Moya were later tasked with redesigning the interior. They adorned walls in walnut panels and flanked the stage with hi-definition screens. They talk with host Michel Martin.
The Challenges Of Reviving A Legendary Theatre
By editor • Apr 17, 2012
Originally published on April 17, 2012 9:14 am