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ASU Gammage restroom, elevator construction complete


ASU Gammage restrooms

ASU Gammage Elevate and Alleviate contributions helped fund the renovation and expansion of the venue's restrooms, which will open March 14.

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March 10, 2017

The lines to the women’s restrooms at ASU Gammage will be much shorter starting next week for the opening night of "Finding Neverland." ASU Gammage, its donors and the community raised more than $9 million during the Elevate and Alleviate Campaign, constructing 88 new restroom stalls and two elevators which provide access to all levels of the venue.

The ASU Gammage team spearheaded the Elevate and Alleviate Campaign as part of the 50th Anniversary Golden Gammage Initiative. The improvements were meant to sustain the performing arts center for future generations and enhance patrons’ show experience.

More than 1,500 donors contributed to the project, including significant investments from ASU Gammage as a result of the success of its last two seasons.

"Finding Neverland" opens at ASU Gammage March 14 and runs through March 18.

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