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Show & Tell: The Great Buster

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Spreading Cheer Community

Spreading Cheer

At The Music Hall we are proud of the work we do to keep our programs and events accessible—both economically and physically. During the holiday season, we shift that effort into high gear with our Give the Gift of Magic campaign to provide free tickets to families in need. Read More Read More
Fall 2018 Restaurant Week has Arrived! Community

Fall 2018 Restaurant Week has Arrived!

Fall is finally here and so is one of our favorite events: Restaurant Week! It’s a great time to sample local fare and those restaurants you’re not familiar with. We also love seeing so many of our sponsors and neighbors on the list. If you don’t make it this week, many offer discounts to our members year-round. Read More Read More
Giving Thanks Community

Giving Thanks

The Music Hall is a community-supported nonprofit organization. Your membership is the lifeblood of our organization; it allows us to innovate to meet new challenges. Without our members and sponsors, we would not be able to bring the very best of performing and related arts to the Seacoast region or to set a sustainable path for this theater to stand the test of time. Read More Read More
Share the Magic with Your Neighbors in Need Community

Share the Magic with Your Neighbors in Need

The holiday season is the season of gift giving, and what better way to honor that then to give to those in need. This year’s Ogunquit Playhouse production of Elf The Musical is pure magic with great costumes and tons of hilarity, all wrapped up in our festively decorated Historic Theater. Read More Read More
Bright and Bountiful, Fill The Hall Was a Success! Community

Bright and Bountiful, Fill The Hall Was a Success!

This year’s Fill The Hall was a colorful sight! Bags in a rainbow of colors sat full in the balcony while a team of volunteers expertly sorted, collected, moved, and filled throughout the orchestra. Kids lead other kids through the steps (when they weren’t building forts in the banana boxes), and adults hooted and hollered when trucks loaded with groceries drove up the brand-new street. Read More Read More

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