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Santa Rosa, CA. ~ The Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) Theatre Arts Department will hold its inaugural theatrical performance of “The Wedding Singer” in the newly reno- vated Burbank Auditorium in spring 2020. SRJC originally planned to host “The Sound of Music,” as the first show in the upgraded auditorium in fall 2019 but was forced to

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reschedule the inaugural show due to construction delays. “The Sound of Music” will now be held as a collaborative production with the Sonoma State University (SSU) the- atre department in the Evert B. Person Theatre at SSU.“We are thrilled to be opening with ‘The Wedding Singer,’ which is based on the hit Adam San- dler movie. This 1980’s throw- back musical is sure to delight all those who actually lived through the 80s, and those who lived the big-hair dream through the movie,” Theatre Arts Department Chair/Artis- tic Director Leslie McCauley said. “Featuring raked seating, wider and more comfortable seats and improved sightlines, Burbank will still retain much

of its historic charm, while ushering SRJC into a new era for the performing arts.” The renovations of this

80-year-old building will also provide

larger bathrooms,

ADA access, and back-of- house production space up- dates

and state-of-the-art lighting and audio-visual equipment that meets contem- porary industry standards. A new Burbank Studio Theatre was also constructed as part of the project, which will facili- tate a wider range of perfor- mance opportunities, includ- ing more experimental work. The $28 million renovation is funded by the Measure H bond, passed by voters in 2014.

SRJC President Frank Chong expressed appreciation


the community’s excitement about the inaugural show. “Our theatre performances are known for their professional quality and will be even more impressive in the updated the- atre,” he said. “I can think of no better way to celebrate its completion than with an out- standing first performance.”

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SRJC Theatre Arts reschedules inaugural show in newly renovated Burbank Auditorium

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