The dream came true and you managed to buy a whole theater. Let the scenery become obsolete, the seats for spectators are to be replaced, the plaster is strewing in some places, but it is important that the building is there and the prospect of repairing it is available. You have big plans for this place, you want to make it popular, without losing the history of the old theater and bringing a new, modern. To begin with it is necessary to examine what is left. It is possible that some of the props, costumes and even some of the scenery can still be used in the future. Go through all the rooms: hall, behind-the-scenes, make-up rooms, corridors. Surely something useful will be found in the Old Theater House.