SENATOR Theatre RFP: Public Meeting Tonight with 4 Competing for Ownership!

We can’t encourage people strongly enough

Be at The Senator tonight for the meeting at 6:30pm!

All four respondents to the BDC’s RFP will be on hand to make a brief presentation of their plans for the future of Baltimore’s last historic single-screen theatre.

The Lofts at The Senator (J.R. Owens Corporation)
The Senator Theatre, LLC (James & Kathleen Cusack)
The Theatre Project PUPKIDS, Inc. (Noch-Noch Productions)
WTMD at The Senator (Senator Theatre Redevelopmentl, LLC – Towson University)

You will have an opportunity to ask questions!

This is probably your best chance ever to have an influence on the future of this 70 year old landmark!

Speak now or live with the consequences

Doors will open at 6pm

Let leaders on the BDC Advisory Panel know your opinion regarding the best plan:

Michele LeFaivre (Elsinore Village)
Karen DeKamp (York Road Partnership)
Rick Swanson (Govanstowne Business Assoc.)
Bill Gilmore (Baltimore Promotion & the Arts)
Carla Nelson (BDC and Mayor’s Office of Minority/Women’s Business)
Larry Jenkins (Baltimore City Law Dept.)
Karen Noonan (Theatre Historical Society of America)
Laura Perkins (Friends of The SENATOR)

If you have any questions regarding this meeting,
contact Kristen Mitchell at the Baltimore
Development Corporation at
410-779-3837
or
kmitchell@baltimoredevelopment.com.

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