Next Act Theater is one of 125 buildings featured by Doors Open Milwaukee 2012. Two views are included on this tour.
Next Act converted a crane bay, originally built in 1989, into a state of the art theatre complex, opening it in October 2011. Allyson Nemec and her team at Quorum Architects designed the conversion. The building was originally used to load and unload large equipment off of flatbed semi’s for international shipping. The new complex houses Next Act’s administrative offices, rehearsal hall, production support areas and a 152 seat theatre. When used as a crane bay, the building was completely open from front to back. The only other room was an office that was converted into a kitchen. Every wall in the current configuration was a result of the conversion.
For more Doors Open Milwaukee 360° previews check out:
- Frank Lloyd Wright’s American System-Built Home
- Grain Exchange Room at the Mackie Building
- St. Joseph's Chapel -- School Sisters of St. Francis
- Woman's Club of Wisconsin
For more 360VR interactive images and tours visit the Tour de Force 360VR website.