Thursday, December 12, 2013

Chrysler Hall @ Night

The 2,500 seat Chrysler Hall was designed by the Norfolk architectual firm of Williams and Tazewell and opened in 1972. It was named for Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. in recognition of him bringing his world renowned art collection to Norfolk's Chrysler Museum of Art. In this photo, the theater is still displaying the large red banners put in place for the Virginia Stage Company's production of the play "Red" about the artist Mark Rothko and the coinciding display of his art at the Chrysler Museum in the fall of 2011. Canon ELPH 110.

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