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Capitol Theatre in Clearwater unveils new sign

Clearwater The Capitol Theatre unveiled and lighted its new sign — which changes colors — on Friday evening. Among those at the unveiling were Ruth Eckerd Hall president and chief executive officer Zev Buffman, Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos and council members. The 92-year-old Capitol, which is owned by the city and managed by Ruth Eckerd, is undergoing a $9 million renovation and expansion. When it reopens, the theater will have 750 seats. 

JIM DAMASKE | Times

Clearwater The Capitol Theatre unveiled and lighted its new sign — which changes colors — on Friday evening. Among those at the unveiling were Ruth Eckerd Hall president and chief executive officer Zev Buffman, Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos and council members. The 92-year-old Capitol, which is owned by the city and managed by Ruth Eckerd, is undergoing a $9 million renovation and expansion. When it reopens, the theater will have 750 seats. 

CLEARWATER — The Capitol Theatre unveiled and lit its new sign Friday night.

Present at the unveiling were Ruth Eckerd Hall president and CEO Zev Buffman, Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos and City Council members. The 92-year-old Capitol, which is owned by the city and managed by Ruth Eckerd, is undergoing a $9 million renovation and expansion.

When it reopens, the theater will have 750 seats.

The sign changes colors.

Capitol Theatre in Clearwater unveils new sign 12/06/13 [Last modified: Friday, December 6, 2013 11:06pm]
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