Re-Imagining CR 

State’s new mission distresses fans of music, drama and historic preservation

Kjeld Lyth flicked on the main lights inside College of the Redwoods' new multi-million dollar Performing Arts Theater and strode agitatedly in, pointing out annoyances: noisily flushing toilets in the bathrooms that might disrupt quieter theatrical moments; loud fans in the back…

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