|History of Carrington Hall
The theater was built in 1923 in the same Spanish revival style as the main school buildings. In the early 1960s the theater was named Carrington Hall after Otis Carrington a long time art, music and drama teacher.
In 2002 Carrington Hall was closed for a complete renovation. The entire structure was earthquake retrofitted and all the furnishings were replaced. The building was modified slightly to included large, ADA-compliant restrooms, larger dressing rooms and to extend the stage 2' farther into the auditorium. All lighting and sound systems were replaced with state-of-the-art, new equipment.
Carrington Hall reopened in January of 2004 with a gala event featuring many musical and dancing acts performed by local community groups.
Today Carrington Hall is a busy, working theater serving school and community needs.
|Carrington Hall Booking Information
To inquire about booking historic Carrington Hall for your event, please contact:
Dave "Papabear" Briggs
Carrington Hall manager
If you are unable to reach the theater manager, please contact:
Sophia Olliver, Administrative Vice Principal
PUBLISHED Jan 7, 2015 - 12:01PM