The Detroit Opera House, at the heart of Detroit, is a magnificent architectural structure. Built as a movie house in 1922 it has undergone several renovations and reinventions throughout the years. But it is also the site of 4th Wall’s most prestigious camp this summer.
Today was our third day of camp where Mark kindly gave us a tour of the opera house. We saw libraries and wardrobe rooms, heard about facades and chandeliers. But my favorite part was the students’ (and parents’) faces at being allowed “behind the curtain.” Figuratively and literally!