Former Abbey Theatre gets a makeover

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Former Abbey Theatre gets a makeover

New owners plan to open space in June
Chris and Michele Redding survey the empty shell that was the Abbey Theatre. The couple, who own neighboring Cuckoo’s Chicken House & Waterin’ Hole, plan to open the Animas City Theatre there in June.
Chris Redding, left, and Cuckoo’s kitchen manager Peter Clevano discuss their plans at the side bar. The previous tenant took the sinks and counters behind the bar, and only the soda equipment owned by Coca-Cola remains.
Gone from the balcony are the leather love seats that were a fixture at the Abbey Theatre.
Two light bulbs and some graffiti remain in the “green room.”
Almost every acoustic panel was removed from the walls of the former Abbey Theatre, including those in the stairwell.

Former Abbey Theatre gets a makeover

Chris and Michele Redding survey the empty shell that was the Abbey Theatre. The couple, who own neighboring Cuckoo’s Chicken House & Waterin’ Hole, plan to open the Animas City Theatre there in June.
Chris Redding, left, and Cuckoo’s kitchen manager Peter Clevano discuss their plans at the side bar. The previous tenant took the sinks and counters behind the bar, and only the soda equipment owned by Coca-Cola remains.
Gone from the balcony are the leather love seats that were a fixture at the Abbey Theatre.
Two light bulbs and some graffiti remain in the “green room.”
Almost every acoustic panel was removed from the walls of the former Abbey Theatre, including those in the stairwell.
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