Tuesday proved to be a very busy and exciting day at Mercury Studios. Glenn opened the Glenn Beck Program by introducing viewers to the newly renovated Stage 19 at Mercury Studios in Dallas. Aside from the American Dream Labs mural, the "elaborate" set is virtually unrecognizable.
While Glenn's classic color palette of blue remains unchanged, the space now features plush couches and chairs with a brick facade.
Glenn announced that in the coming days and weeks, his television show will be returning to the studio, which now includes seating for more than 100 people.
This new space will be put to good use for Tuesday's We Will Not Conform - a live national night of action against Common Core. Glenn partnered with Fathom Events to broadcast this historic event in some 650 movie theaters across the country.
We Will Not Conform is not a typical show - it is an interactive experience in which theatergoers will work with experts like Michelle Malkin, David Barton, and others in pursuit of real, tangible strategies to wake up our friends and neighbors and make our voices heard. The studio will be filled for concerned parents, educators, and experts of all ideologies and backgrounds working together for a common cause.
Glenn has been talking about Common Core for quite some time, and on Tuesday's program he offered a brief history of the nationalized standards.