Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater revitalized two acoustically-deficient heritage theatres and added an experimental “cradle” theatre, doubling the company’s previous facilities and spurring development in the surrounding neighbourhood. A primary design concern was the theatres’ proximity to a national airport; performances were regularly disrupted by jets’ noisy takeoffs.
- LocationWashington, DC
- ClientArena Stage at the Mead Centre for American Theater
- ArchitectBing Thom Architects
- Size200,000 ft² (18,600 m²)
- BudgetC$135 million