In early May, the new 50-foot Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra blade sign was installed on the 1930 Warner Theater by Poblocki Sign Co. Now, the marquee has been installed, too, and again it is a recreation of the original theater marquee.
Though it's only been mentioned in passing during the exciting renovation of the 1930 Warner Grand Theater into the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's new home and performance venue, the 1981 mural on the east side of the building's tower will get a much-needed facelift as part of the massive project.
While the installation on Saturday of a sign wasn't a major logistical advance in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's massive undertaking to renovate the 1930 Warner Theater into its new Bradley Symphony Center, it was definitely a high-profile one.
After saying goodbye to one Bradley Center, it's time to say hello to another. Milwaukee, get ready to enjoy top-notch music in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's Bradley Symphony Center.
One of the most - and at the same time least - exciting moments in the transformation of the old Warner Grand Theater into a new concert hall for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is slated to take place on Tuesday, Aug. 13.
You don't have to step inside the former Warner Grand Theater, 212 W. Wisconsin Ave., to see progress is being made on the transformation of the 1930 art deco movie house into a new concert hall for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. But we went in anyway.
The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will break ground on its new Milwaukee Symphony Center, 212 W. Wisconsin Ave., on Thursday, June 21 at 11 a.m.
A plan to renovate and reopen the former Grand Theater, at 2917-23 N. Holton Ave. took a step forward on Tuesday as the Common Council's Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development committee recommended approval of the project.
In case you've been wondering what's up with the plan for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra to remake the 1930 Warner Theater, 212 W. Wisconsin Ave., into its new performance hall, there's been plenty of progress, even if it might not look like it to passersby.
Downtown Milwaukee has changed over the years. Here are a few things that have departed the landscape in the city center. If you remember them, there's a pretty good chance you spent a lot of time Downtown in the 1980s.
As soon as news emerged that the MSO wants to make the gorgeous Art Deco former Warner/Grand movie palace its new home, we took you inside. Now, we're going back in for more! Here's an update on the project and another peek inside.
For many Milwaukeeans, mention of The Grand Theater conjures images of 1980s Wisconsin Avenue. But long before the palatial Warner Theater was recast as The Grand to complement the opening of The Grand Avenue Mall, there was the neighborhood Grand Theater on Holton Street.
Wisconsin native Richard Haas, the artist behind one of downtown's highest profile murals, is the subject of a new book that captures many of his works in lavish, full-color photos.