Scott Painter, director of operations for the Broadway Center for Performing Arts, is dwarfed by the cavernous space of the drill hall in Tacoma’s historic Armory building on Dec. 1. The Armory is being restored as an arts, entertainment and food venue by owner Fred Roberson, who will eventually gift it to the Broadway Center.
Scott Painter, director of operations for the Broadway Center for Performing Arts, is dwarfed by the cavernous space of the drill hall in Tacoma’s historic Armory building on Dec. 1. The Armory is being restored as an arts, entertainment and food venue by owner Fred Roberson, who will eventually gift it to the Broadway Center. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Scott Painter, director of operations for the Broadway Center for Performing Arts, is dwarfed by the cavernous space of the drill hall in Tacoma’s historic Armory building on Dec. 1. The Armory is being restored as an arts, entertainment and food venue by owner Fred Roberson, who will eventually gift it to the Broadway Center. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

Historic Tacoma Armory turns from drill hall to entertainment space

December 03, 2015 09:39 PM

UPDATED December 11, 2015 01:04 PM

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