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Wall Street Theater In Norwalk Flips The Switch On New Marquee

Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, Sen. Bob Duff, Developer Frank Farricker, Wall Street Theater Artistic Director Billy Blanks, Jr., Wall Street Theater Suzanne Cahill, Lucinda Rilling.
Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, Sen. Bob Duff, Developer Frank Farricker, Wall Street Theater Artistic Director Billy Blanks, Jr., Wall Street Theater Suzanne Cahill, Lucinda Rilling. Photo Credit: Contributed

NORWALK, Conn. -- The Wall Street Theater in Norwalk marked its official opening after an extensive, $10 million renovation by lighting up its marquee in a ceremony.

The 700-seat theater, located at 71 Wall St., was originally built in 1915 and has been transformed into a next-generation performance space that will showcase professional music, comedy, dance and stage performances.

In keeping with the 100-year-old history of the building, the blade and marquee sign will serve as a beacon for emerging artists and performers showcasing their talents.

The lighting ceremony was held Jan. 5.

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