Celebrate the holiday season with our elegant Stage Door Cabaret series, featuring world-renowned artists in a speakeasy martini bar atmosphere. With an intimate layout, you can enjoy seating on the Historic Theater’s stage with professional table service.

Sparkly, elegant, professional strings bring classical quartet music to life, including holiday favorites! Great Bay Philharmonic Orchestra returns to The Music Hall this year with their string quartet, led by cellist Jacques Lee Wood.

Great Bay Philharmonic String Quartet
Kiyoshi Hayashi, Violin I
Asuka Usui, Violin II
Jason Fisher, Viola
Jacques Lee Wood, Cello

About the Great Bay Philharmonic Orchestra
Great Bay Philharmonic Orchestra (GBPO) is a regional, all-professional orchestra, comprised of the finest musicians from throughout New England and beyond. Some have toured throughout Europe and hold high-level degrees from leading universities in New England. The audience may compare them to the caliber of Portland Symphony, Rhode Island Symphony, or Boston Symphony. In fact, you may not be able to tell the difference between this orchestra and the New York Philharmonic. Now, with David Upham continuing in an expanded role as Music Director, GBPO is poised to take its place among the great orchestras of the Northeastern United States.

Special Offers for Stage Door Cabaret

This season of the Stage Door Cabaret series features two specialty seating options: the Opera Box returns, and new this year, lounge seating!

Lounge Seating: Catch a cabaret show on comfy couches for 6 people—this unique experience brings together the comfort of home with the classy atmosphere of the Cabaret!

Opera Box Seating: Experience elegant seating and decor of one of the theater’s best-kept seating secrets: prime seating for 4 people in an opera box! Reservations for the opera box include: Beverage service, appetizer plates, only one seating per show.

COVID Protocols Update

As the number of COVID transmissions continues to rise, we are thankful for your help in keeping our staff, volunteers, artists, and community members safe and healthy.

Effective September 1, 2021, for entrance to Music Hall indoor, full-capacity events (e.g. concerts, comedy, festivals): patrons, staff, and volunteers will need to show proof of full vaccination – 14 days past their final vaccination shot – OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test within three days of the event. Proof of vaccination can be your physical vaccine card or a photo/scan of your card or via an app such as Bindle. Masks are encouraged for everyone. Children under 12 years of age are exempt from this policy but must wear masks indoors. Masks are highly encouraged for those who are unvaccinated.

Please note: Safety protocols for offsite Music Hall events will be developed in conjunction with those venues and will be communicated in advance.

All Music Hall events will be presented in accordance with applicable public health mandates and artist’s requirements as of the date of the event. These could include changes to mask requirements, capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures. Thank you for your understanding and support throughout this uncertain time.


Stage Door Cabaret Presenting Sponsor
Holiday Programming Presenting Sponsor