West Hollywood, Calif., plan would give community access to Fairfax High School auditorium

April 15, 2009
Under proposal, city would pay for renovations of historic school facility


The city of West Hollywood, Calif., is exploring a possible partnership with the Los Angeles Unified School District that would allow the auditorium at Fairfax High School to be used as a performing arts center. Under the proposal, the city would help pay for lighting, sound and acoustic renovations for the 1,400-seat auditorium. In return, the facility would host nonprofit arts organizations that now perform outside the area because of a lack of large-scale venues.

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