A theater's roof becomes part of the actby Marc Sanchez, Minnesota Public Radio
Osseo, Minn. — When Jason Peterson and his wife, Jessica Lind, converted a furniture warehouse into space for their theater company, they thought the building was perfect. And it was, except for one thing: a very vocal roof.
The theater is set in a strip mall, next to a gas station and a music shop. From the front, the raised roof isn't visible. But inside, the roof lends its voice to make each production unique.