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Creating an American Renaissance: Theaters and LHAT

Theaters are the epicenter of culture for American cities and towns. From Hamlet to Star Trek; Stravinsky to Gershwin we flock to theaters to be entertained by plays, movies, music and dance. Theaters enrich us personally and they enrich our … Continue reading

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Richard Rodgers Restoration: Exhuming a Lost Proscenium

EverGreene is appearing on Broadway…once again . We’re providing restoration and conservation services for the Nederlander Organization on the Richard Rodgers Theater, 226 West 46th Street in Times Square. The Theater is distinguished as housing the most number of Tony-award winning … Continue reading

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“New York Palace Lobby Mural: In Progress” Reblog

We’re in the process of painting a new mural for the New York Palace Hotel, and were just interviewed about our work. Bill Mensching, director of our mural department, along with Zinni Veshi, the artist commissioned for the work, were … Continue reading

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