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Skilled crew restores grandeur within Proctors

Painters and architectural artists from Evergreene Architectural Arts, NYC, work in Proctor's on Wednesday afternoon. Jed Ellis paints trim work in the ceilings of the upstairs mezzanine at Proctor's.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Painters and architectural artists from Evergreene Architectural Arts, NYC, work in Proctor's on Wednesday afternoon. Jed Ellis paints trim work in the ceilings of the upstairs mezzanine at Proctor's.
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There’s a big production going on at Proctors right now that most people will never see. It’s directed by Jed Ellis, who’s been working in theaters for almost 40 years. He oversees a crew of 17, who are masters in their field. The group’s not showcasing its artistry on stage, but rather in the lobby, in the mezzanine area above it, in the bathrooms, and at the edges of the auditorium. As they worked last ...


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