New faces, strategic plan at Center on Main
FALLS VILLAGE — The Center on Main held a lively open house Saturday, March 11, to introduce Brook Martinez as the new creative administrator and to promote the Center’s new strategic plan.
Martinez’ singing group, the Galactic Overtones, performed, as did cast members from the upcoming Falls Village Children’s Theater production of “Frog and Toad.”
Director Amber Cameron noted that only half the children were available and that they were two weeks from the show’s opening on Friday, March 24.
None of that seemed to matter to the young performers, who sang with enthusiasm and precision.
Center on Main board president Adam Sher said that, with the help of grant funds from the Foundation for Community Health, the Center was able to hire Martinez and develop the strategic plan, which includes developing the space as a creative hub and maintaining the elegant but elderly building.