Mar 3, 2016
CenterStage Becomes Dominion Arts Center
Today (3/3), Richmond CenterStage officially became the Dominion Arts Center as the performing arts complex and Dominion Resources unveiled it’s new Marquee. The naming rights came with a $5.5 million dollar investment from Dominion.
Tom Farrell, the companies’ President and CEO says the Dominion Arts Center will help continue to sustain Richmond culturally and economically.
The Carpenter Theater opened in 1928 as a Loew’s movie theater. Two additional performance venues: Rhythm Hall and the Libbie S. Gottwald Playhouse, as well as the Genworth Brightlights Education Center were added to the arts center during the 2009 renovation.