Thank you for all of the notes, phone calls, acts of care and generosity for Town Hall Theater during unprecedented times. We are wishing you good health and fortitude as we all navigate the challenges ahead. We are in this together, and you better believe, once this is behind us, THT is going to throw one legendary party.
Per the Governor and health authorities, THT’s doors are closed indefinitely. But our work as a team, board, and community carries on. Thanks to your support, our staff remains employed – a gift in these uncertain times. We are connecting virtually on a regular basis with our team, board and committees, all intent on advancing a wide range of initiatives and undertaking long-range planning that will make THT an even stronger organization moving forward.
While events are postponed, connecting with our audiences and collaborating with our artists has been top of mind. To this end, we conceived and launched The Quarantine Sessions, a series of short videos showcasing THT all-stars, including resident companies and staff, filmed in their homes and delivered to yours. The content is fun, heartwarming, inspiring and broad ranging, from opera to THT education talent, and from rock stars to our own Doug Anderson (a rock star in his own right). We’re offering a daily diet of these videos via our social media channels, Facebook and Instagram, as well as on our website and new YouTube channel.
We are also actively posting the details of our partners’ streaming content on the Town Hall Theater website to give you even more ways to engage with the arts. If you miss Town Hall Theater’s Met Live HD performances, plays, musicals, and Great Art Wednesday, as I do, this is a wonderful way to tune in.
Staying connected with our patrons is important to us. Never hesitate to get in touch. We’re thinking of you, and appreciate you keeping us in your thoughts too.
Town Hall Theater
by Michael Mode, Vermont Contemporary Artist
Handcrafted Inlaid Wood Bowl
At Town Hall Theater, performing arts education programs are designed to inspire people with confidence, belonging and accomplishment.
Town Hall Theater’s story began in the late 19th century and continues today as an example of what community support and historic preservation can accomplish.