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Film discussion: The Theory of Everything Wildcard

Film discussion: The Theory of Everything

So, the Oscars. Well, that was a fun night, wasn’t it? Too long? Yes. Occasionally boring? Yes. A little deficient in the hosting department? Yes. But what the heck. The Oscars are the one night every year when I get my film-geek on, wallowing in the glam, the glurge, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Plus the unapologetic gaping at the purty clothes on the beautiful people. Read More Read More
The Story behind the Stories: Moth Mainstage Interviews

The Story behind the Stories: Moth Mainstage

The Moth Mainstage returns to Portsmouth for a second year on Saturday, March 21 with a new theme (Bait and Switch), a new host (Tom Bodett) and a new group of storytellers. TMH’s Deputy Director of Programming/Performing Arts Curator, Thérèse LaGamma reached out to the show’s Producing Director, Sarah Austin Jenness to learn more about their process and why the show has come to resonate with so many of us. Read More Read More
With Thanks Community

With Thanks

Throughout the month of January, we have focused on recognizing and thanking our corporate partners, whose support is critical to all that we do here at The Music Hall. We cannot let this month of appreciation go by, however, without recognizing another significant group of partners: The Music Hall’s Corporate Committee. Read More Read More
Opera Connection: Les Contes d’Hoffman Explore and Learn

Opera Connection: Les Contes d’Hoffman

Jacques Offenbach became rich and famous as a composer of operettas full of witty topical references and irresistible tunes that would come to signify the joie de vivre of 19th-century Paris. But as he neared the end of his life, he craved more: acceptance as a “serious” composer. He decided to write an opera based on the dark, enigmatic stories of the most popular fantasy write of the day, E.T.A. Hoffmann. Read More Read More
Why We Love Renee Fleming Interviews

Why We Love Renee Fleming

Last year, upwards of 100 million people heard superstar soprano Renee Fleming perform the National Anthem. A four-time Grammy winner and 2013 recipient of The National Medal of Arts, the resplendent Miss Fleming was the first classical artist to sing at the Super Bowl. Read More Read More

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