“If you can get people interested in revitalizing downtown and supporting the arts and maintaining this historic building they naturally want to support you,” says Brian Williams, the new development director of the Folly Theater downtown. Here he is in one of the theater’s boxes.
“If you can get people interested in revitalizing downtown and supporting the arts and maintaining this historic building they naturally want to support you,” says Brian Williams, the new development director of the Folly Theater downtown. Here he is in one of the theater’s boxes. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
“If you can get people interested in revitalizing downtown and supporting the arts and maintaining this historic building they naturally want to support you,” says Brian Williams, the new development director of the Folly Theater downtown. Here he is in one of the theater’s boxes. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

The Conversation: Brian Williams preserves the Folly Theater, one party at a time

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