WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) An architectural consulting firm creates a three-phase plan to restore and develop the historic Dunbar Theatre in north Wichita.
The firm presented the plan to Wichita’s city council Tuesday morning.
It would create a 340-seat theater with a concession area and restrooms.
The second and third phases would develop a black box theater that would be flexible for different events and performances.
The firm would also build an arts center and educational facility, a cafe and a public gallery and bookstore.
Consultants say it would cost $370-$405,000 annually to run the theater.
The goal is to open in 20-20.