UCLA Freud Playhouse Revitalization Featured in the Los Angeles Times!
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UCLA Freud Playhouse Revitalization Featured in the Los Angeles Times!

Our design proposal for revitalizing the 57-year-old Ralph Freud Playhouse at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) – to be renamed the Whitney Family Theater in the Freud Playhouse after a $10 million commitment from UCLA alumna Elizabeth Reiko Kubota Whitney and her husband, investor Kenneth C. Whitney – was featured in the Los Angeles Times. Changes will include a sloping, elevated floor along with seating closer to the stage, plus new lighting and sound technologies to accommodate immersive theater, digital productions and virtual- or augmented-reality works. The project is an initiative of the School of Theater, Film and Television (TFT) and Dean Teri Schwartz, and is part of a larger UCLA TFT Master Plan developed by Clive Wilkinson Architects in 2012.
 
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