Durham’s DPAC awaits the first guests of the 2017 SunTrust Broadway series, who will inaugurate the new carpeting and seats installed this summer in the 9-year-old performance venue. The $1.8 million project wrapped up this week.
Durham’s DPAC awaits the first guests of the 2017 SunTrust Broadway series, who will inaugurate the new carpeting and seats installed this summer in the 9-year-old performance venue. The $1.8 million project wrapped up this week. Ken A. Huth Contributed
Durham’s DPAC awaits the first guests of the 2017 SunTrust Broadway series, who will inaugurate the new carpeting and seats installed this summer in the 9-year-old performance venue. The $1.8 million project wrapped up this week. Ken A. Huth Contributed

What will $1.8M buy the DPAC? Better seats and many more years of wear and tear

September 15, 2017 11:36 AM

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