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Thank you for Filling the Hall! Community

Thank you for Filling the Hall!

At the beginning of each week I sit down to write my weekly blog. Usually, I’m writing about an upcoming show or interviewing a Loft artist, but this week I would like to take this time to thank the wonderful community that I am so blessed to live and work in. This past weekend we challenged all of you to help us “Fill the Hall” to support Seacoast Family Food Pantry’s Summer Meals 4 Kids program and to say my expectations were exceeded doesn’t seem to cover it. Read More Read More
Help Us Fill the Hall Community

Help Us Fill the Hall

As many of you may know, the first Saturday of the month is always a big day for us here at The Music Hall. Normally this is the day where we put new shows on sale to our members, but this month we’ve partnered with The Seacoast Family Food Pantry for the Fill the Hall Food Drive to support their Summer Meals 4 Kids program. Read More Read More
Creating Community with Chris Curtis Community

Creating Community with Chris Curtis

Programming Coordinator Chris Curtis joined the Music Hall in 2006. In the decade that followed, he has helped The Music Hall expand its community footprint with a myriad of programs that include the Film Matters series of documentaries and panel discussions, and artist workshops for young people who belong to local nonprofit arts organizations. Content Editor Regina Baraban chatted with Chris recently about how the arts can stimulate learning, and action, in the community.   Read More Read More
Join us for our Community Open House Community

Join us for our Community Open House

I started working here at The Music Hall a little over a year ago and during my first week I was able to take one of our famed Historic Tours. As we explored the theater we covered the early history, the struggles to keep up with the changing technology that motion pictures ushered in, and most surprisingly, the fact that just 28 years ago this great theater was on the brink of demolition.  Read More Read More
Community Partner Spotlight - The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation Community

Community Partner Spotlight – The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation

At the end of May, The Music Hall worked with the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation to present the documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry. With over 500 people in attendance, it was just one of the fantastic events the two organizations have collaborated on this season. Kait Smith, The Music Hall’s Content Marketing Associate, sat down with New Hampshire Women’s Foundation President and CEO Terie Norelli to talk about why this partnership is so important. Read More Read More
The Peter Squires Band Rocks Community Open House on June 27 Community

The Peter Squires Band Rocks Community Open House on June 27

On Saturday, June 27, The Music Hall is hosting its annual complimentary Open House for the Seacoast community. All events are free and will take place at The Music Hall’s two venues in downtown Portsmouth: The “American Treasure” Historic Theater on Chestnut Street and the chic modern Loft on Congress Street. People of all ages are invited to stop by the historic theater for a multimedia tour and/or a behind-the-scenes technology tour, and enjoy a 3 pm showing of the Disney family classic UP. Read More Read More

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