Your Support Goes A Long Way

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The Music Hall is a community-supported 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your support helps us do more. There are many ways to participate: Become a Corporate Partner, support the Playbill, donate to our auction, or make plans to include The Music Hall in your estate.

Donate Now

Gathering together to experience live performances or on-screen offerings is the heart and soul of what we do here at The Music Hall. Now, more than ever, we need your support.

COVID-19 Emergency Fund Campaign

A generous donor has stepped forward, willing to match up to $50,000 in donations to help mitigate the effects that this pandemic has had on The Music Hall.

Corporate Partnership

We present 52 weeks of programming, offering opportunities to reach a broad audience and show a commitment to our community.

Our Current Partners

The top quality performances and programs we provide in our intimate space are accessible to a broad audience in large part because of our corporate partners. We truly appreciate their continued support.

Playbill Placement

A placement in our Season Playbill, Holiday Playbill, or Kitchen Tour Guidebook is your chance to reach our audience.

Donate to our Auction

Auction Donations for Holiday Auction 2018 are no longer being accepted at this time. Our online-only auction, live for two weeks in late October/early November, connects you with bidders from the Seacoast and beyond.

Supporting Foundations

The Music Hall is deeply grateful for the support from corporate, government, private, and family foundations.

Planned Giving

Contribute to sustaining the Music Hall well into the future. Help to provide long-lasting support.

From Our Blog

Backstage Work is Nearly Done!

While the theater has been dark, we continued the renovation and restoration of the theater with some much-needed backstage and infrastructure improvements. Even before COVID-19, we were preparing to fix, upgrade, and expand backstage at the Historic Theater in order to ensure she stood for another 100 years.

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