CHAGRIN FALLS – State Representative Marlene Anielski (R – Walton Hills) attended the ribbon cutting for the newly renovated Chagrin Valley Little Theatre. The project was completed with over $428,000 that Rep. Anielski and the art community helped secure from the State.

“I am humbled to have been able to participate in the process of renovating and preserving such a treasured local icon for future generations,” said Rep. Anielski. “The passion for the art community is evident by their commitment to attending and supporting productions of the CVLT. “

Improvements include new lighting and sound systems, improved seats, and roof repairs to the main building itself, as well as needed structural improvements to the theater’s River Street building. The current building has been the home of the Chagrin Valley Little Theatre since 1949, although the group has been staging performances since 1930. Both the building and the group are cultural landmarks for the Chagrin Valley.

“We were very pleased to have Representative Anielski at the ribbon cutting,” said Tom Neff, former president of the Chagrin Valley Little Theatre. “Representative Anielski was named an ‘angel’ of the Theatre for her work in helping us to renovate and modernize our little community theatre. A good time was had by all and will continue to be had by all who attend our productions!”

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