The Fuquay-Varina Board of Commissioners approved a concept that will preserve the current footprint of the former Stars Theater and Arts Center. But the 11,500-square-foot building’s usable area will expand to 12,500 square feet. A 250- to 300-seat theater would anchor the building, which also would include a dance studio and classroom space for music, painting and other visual arts classes.
The Fuquay-Varina Board of Commissioners approved a concept that will preserve the current footprint of the former Stars Theater and Arts Center. But the 11,500-square-foot building’s usable area will expand to 12,500 square feet. A 250- to 300-seat theater would anchor the building, which also would include a dance studio and classroom space for music, painting and other visual arts classes. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
The Fuquay-Varina Board of Commissioners approved a concept that will preserve the current footprint of the former Stars Theater and Arts Center. But the 11,500-square-foot building’s usable area will expand to 12,500 square feet. A 250- to 300-seat theater would anchor the building, which also would include a dance studio and classroom space for music, painting and other visual arts classes. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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