"This is very exciting: This community sees the arts as central not only to the quality of life for the people who live here, but it also sees the arts as essential for a top quality education and essential for the vitality of its downtown," said Anita Walker, appointed as the state’s highest-ranking cultural official in 2007.
Walker's last stop on her first trip to Franklin was the downtown Franklin School for the Performing Arts. Upon seeing the school, she walked through the proposed space for the Franklin Performing Arts Company’s new theater on West Central Street.
The nonprofit will open a 250-seat "black box" style venue in the spring.
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The future home of the "Black Box Theater" for the Franklin School for the Performing Arts would be located here
|future home of "The Black Box"|