Greetings from The AV Company!
Welcome to our fourth installment in our Transformation Tuesday series! This week we'll be looking at a space with loads of Charlottesville character, the Jefferson Theater. The theater was established in 1912 as a live performance theater that hosted silent movies, vaudeville acts, and a historic list of performers. Though frequently used for concerts today, this theater has the potential to be transformed into the perfect venue for many types of events!
Take a look at how we were able to transform the space for a gala a couple of years ago. With the help of some projected film stills and patterns and some fun, energetic lighting, the Jefferson becomes a fantastic setting for the Virginia Film Festival's opening night festivities!
Event photos by Tom Daly