Jefferson Theater almost finished

news-jefferson-peek Crews are putting the finishing touches on the 1912 Jefferson Theater in anticipation of its long-awaited re-opening as a four-level music hall. In this November 17 photo, the 1915 plasterwork by French sculptor Victor Pierret (he had to re-do his work after a devastating fire three years after the place opened) leaps out from an eggplant-colored background. Last time the Hook peeked in was nearly eight weeks ago when this space was filled with scaffolding.

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Thank you Hawes Spencer, for seeing this grand old lady through a difficult time so she could regain her beauty, and live to see another day.

ââ?¬Å?History will continue to live at the Jefferson,” says Spencer, citing Capshaw’s goal of preserving the historic beauty of the 1912 structure while bringing in more special events.