This place. It means a lot to many fine people. These walls have housed years of work, creativity, talent, shenanigans, and beer buckets. I have laughed here, cried here, performed here, taken many photos here, passed out here. Most importantly, I’ve forged relationships here that have significantly shaped who I am as a person, and more specifically, an artistic person. I can’t fully or properly describe the entity that’s contained within this space. It’s a special family member within a pretty vast family, and it’s going away. Before grabbing a tissue and singing “End of the Road” by Boyz II Men, I should point out that Dad’s Garage Theatre Company will still be in full force with shows, a mere couple-a blocks down the way at 7 Stages in Little 5. In fact, try to catch their last shows in the old building this weekend! My post here and these photos are simply a so-long to the original space itself. So, here’s to 280 Elizabeth Street, and all it’s glorious weirdness and history.