The Palace Theater is offering a driving the scenes tour of the historic location on Tuesday, January 12 from 11:00 am – 12:30pm and Saturday, January 23 from 11:00am – 12:30pm. The ninety-minute tour consists of checking out spots of the location not found by the general public and thorough information about the history and architecture delivered by well versed tour guides. Admission to the tour is $5.00 per person and can be bought online at www.palacetheaterct.org, by telephone at 203-346-2000, or in person at the Box Office environment, 100 East Main Street, Waterbury. The modified Box Office environment hrs are Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm and Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to midday. Box Office environment doorways stay locked. Please ring the doorbell for entry. Masks are required. Attendees with mobility issues are asked to mention that when buying their tickets in advance, so that the tour guides can make accommodations before tour patrons get there, to insure a pleasurable knowledge for every person. Every tour is limited to 20 men and women to comply with COVID -19 basic safety guidelines. All tour goers will have to be masked and keep social distancing all through the tour.
In the course of the tour, attendees are led via 9 decades of the theater’s entertaining history such as facts and some lore, when viewing and learning about the breathtaking architecture and backstage magic relevant to the Palace tale. In addition to discovering the general public spaces, tour takers will have the possibility to check out concealed areas that are off limitations to patrons attending reveals or events, these as the environmentally friendly area, wig space and star dressing rooms. You can even end to take a selfie at the phase door. Tour takers will also be capable to experience the thrill of walking across the stage and viewing the venue’s hidden backstage murals that includes display motifs painted and signed by past performers and Broadway touring business cast users. Friends will also look through a collection of the theater’s pre-restoration shots, in addition to viewing features from the Palace’s Tenth Anniversary Heritage Show, which contain a visible timeline of historic milestones dating again to 1922, as nicely as original theater seats from the 1920s.
The walking tour covers 5 flooring of heritage and architecture, such as grand staircases from the 1920’s. Elevator entry is accessible for company with challenges going for walks or climbing stairs or other wellness considerations.
In addition to the on a regular basis scheduled regular dates, the Palace tour helps make a memorable exercise for alumni associations, customer cultivation and other groups. Accommodations can be designed for non-public excursions as perfectly by calling Deirdre Patterson at 203.346.2011.
For general information about the location take a look at www.palacetheaterct.org.