This afternoon, on @Issue on WGXC, Seth Rogovoy and Victor Mendolia spoke with Gary Schiro, executive director of Henry Hudson Hall, just days ago known as the Hudson Opera House, about the newly completed renovation of the building at 327 Warren Street, the plans for the grand re-opening of the performance space, and the change of name. Click here to listen.
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still, do not like the new name. whats the point really ? a bad choice.ReplyDelete
The new name and graphics are too weird, no matter what the reasoning is. Sorry they thought it needed to happen. Good luck is all I have to say.ReplyDelete
The banality of a name ... the logo is a tasteless lazy artless attempt at graphics.ReplyDelete
hudson is about preserving the past --- and honoring it. the hudson opera house is now back, after too long. Or was ?ReplyDelete
and now we call it something else. Not very consistent. we all like the old time aspect i think. and we know what an "opera house " is in the 19th century sense. we aren't uneducated.
Sad to hear this. Hudson Opera House brings a past with it of elegance and romance. Not liking the new name.ReplyDelete