Seligman Family Performing Arts Center

EducationPerforming Arts

Location: Beverly Hills, MI

Completed Date: April 2015

Project Type: New Construction

Application: Full Coverage

Architect: TMP Architecture, Inc

Consultant: Jones & Phillips Associates, Inc.

Construction Manager: Cunningham-Limp

Detroit Country Day School is a private secular school founded in 1914. It offers four campuses for students ranging from Pre-K through 12th grade. It was founded by Alden Shaw as a boy’s school with a strong focus on athletics and academics. In 1940, the school was opened to girls grades K-6 and to all students in 1972.

The Seligman Family Performing Arts Center opened in 2000 as a professional, state-of-the-art facility housing digital sound, sighting, and projection equipment. It allowed for the production of all forms of performing arts, including film and lectures. In April 2015, a large expansion project on the performing arts center completed. Among the additions is the new Nicole and Stephen Eisenberg Family Studio Theatre. This multipurpose performance space houses a beautiful SkyDeck™ system. With the high safety and flexibility of the 1779 square-foot tension wire grid system, students will be able to use the space to enhance creative learning and prepare them for production variety in a professional environment. Additionally, SkyDeck™ will allow easier and safer instruction of the students in theatre tech and lighting.

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