But my granddaughter (4) and nephew Christopher (5) just loved it. There aren't many things that grab these two little Energizer Bunnys' attention for longer than a few minutes, but for over an hour they were enthralled. We sat in the third row so they had a great view and the fact that it was live human beings they were watching I think is what really grabbed them. Logan actually said that she wanted to be on stage (uh-oh) doing what those big kids were doing, Christopher not so much, lol.
Here's a little history about the Struthers Library Theatre taken directly from their website, which you can visit by clicking HERE:
"Built in 1883, the Struthers Library Theatre is the 18th oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in the United States, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. One of the most stunning historic theatres in Northwest Pennsylvania, the Struthers Library Theatre graces the corner of Liberty Street and Third Avenue West in the heart of Warren’s Historic District. Laudable natural acoustics, a grand proscenium stage, and 977 seats between the house floor and a sweeping balcony make the Struthers Library Theatre an extraordinary venue in which to experience live theatre, films, concerts and lectures."