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  • How did Northwest get a $9 million theater? School bonds, fame and a family tie ...

    Northwest School of the Arts, which has produced such nationally known performers as Eva Noblezada, has long done its amazing work in a dilapidated building. This week it opens a new $9 million arts center that includes a 600-seat theater and an art gallery.

How did Northwest get a $9 million theater? School bonds, fame and a family tie ...

Northwest School of the Arts, which has produced such nationally known performers as Eva Noblezada, has long done its amazing work in a dilapidated building. This week it opens a new $9 million arts center that includes a 600-seat theater and an art gallery.
John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com