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Classic Hollywood: (Femme) Fatale Attraction

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A Fire in the Bones, Passion in the Soul #MyMusicHall

A Fire in the Bones, Passion in the Soul

Rarely does one artist reach so many different audiences and genres as Terence Blanchard will in a span of just two weeks. The Grammy Award-winning jazz musician and composer’s adaptation of Charles M. Blow’s memoir will premiere on the Met stage, beaming to The Music Hall on Sunday, October 31. Read More Read More
Looking Back, Looking Forward #MyMusicHall

Looking Back, Looking Forward

Here at The Music Hall, an American Treasure and historic landmark, it feels like history is being made every day inside and outside our doors. New partnerships and collaborations are formed, and artists step onto our stages for the first time. And as we move forward into the 2021-2022 season, we must pay homage to everything that came before us. Read More Read More
Showing Gratitude for our Frontline Workers Music

Showing Gratitude for our Frontline Workers

The Gratitude Music Festival is going to be a multi-stage event on Sat., September 25 featuring Neighbor, Carsie Blanton, and ending the night with Anderson East. This day full of music and fun is to celebrate the hard work, perseverance, and dedication of the community’s frontline and essential workers.  The Music Hall wants to honor and thank those in our tight-knit community for keeping us going and safe throughout the pandemic.  Read More Read More
Cozy up with The Music Hall! Musings

Cozy up with The Music Hall!

With the end of summer around the corner, the time for sweaters and hoodies is among us! If there is one thing the pandemic has taught us, it is the value of comfy clothes, and lucky for you, The Music Hall has got you covered! We have updated our tees (both long and short sleeved) as well as our sweatshirts Read More Read More
Returning to Fun and Film Film

Returning to Fun and Film

This past year with the pandemic, we have suffered the loss of traditions, human contact, and interaction.  I know personally not being able to see the holiday production The Music Hall and Ogunquit Playhouse put on each year was disappointing; my mom and I see the show each year for my birthday. Read More Read More

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