Commitment. Optimism. Hope for the 1,100-seat beauty that is the Missouri Theatre.
That’s what I read in the Jan. 30, 2011 article by Lynn Israel in the Columbia Daily Tribune, which quoted Carole Sue DeLaite, new co-president of the Missouri Symphony Society board. Plans continue to be “made to keep the stage filled,” the article continued.
Keeping the stage filled includes the next event, a Feb. 26 concert with the Columbia Civic Orchestra and a Feb. 27 event with the Symphonic Wind Ensemble.
Reservations can be made at 875.0600 or via the website at motheatre.org. The theatre is also, said DeLaite, available for events. The article quotes her as saying, “… we want to work with all the local arts organizations on a case-by-case basis to enable them to use the theater because, you know, we all saw this as a community resource, and we want to continue that.”
Jan. 30, 2011, Missouri Theatre names new leaders…”, Columbia Daily Tribune. Carole Sue DeLaite, new co-president of the Missouri Symphony Society board, said plans for keeping the theatre open are being made.