Niagara Gazette — But the smaller version on the third floor former school library holds 80 seats and is used principally by a resident theater group on a regular basis. Silverlining Productions produce four performances each year and dinner theater became a long-awaited reality with the performance of Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap a few weeks ago.
Dinner was held in the main gallery (formerly the school cafeteria) which was chaired and organized by board member Scott Akdogan with the help of Artie Vanderpool. As I mentioned earlier, tentative plans call for ethnic-themed dinner theater next year. I am looking forward to that as it was an evening well spent away from the computer and/or television.
I am proud to be a member of the board of directors and supporter of the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center. There is much more to tell about the amazing reuse of this historic landmark in our city as I have only scratched the surface. Hip Hip Hooray!Norma Higgs serves with the Niagara Beautification Commission and Niagara Falls Block Club Council.