Save Our Stage

Dear Music Hall Friends,

Our historic, nonprofit theater is committed to serving the cultural needs of our community during the covid-19 pandemic. Music, theater and engaging conversations — these are forces of nature that nothing can stop!

We’ve moved as much programming as possible offstage and online. We’re presenting free livestream concerts every week and providing virtual theater arts workshops for kids through our Music Hall Academy.

We’ve been closed now for 20 weeks. Only with continued support will we be able to withstand our extended closure. Our landmark theater has endured for 135 years and now is the moment to be a part of Music Hall history and help save our historic stage and keep our programs going.

4 Ways to Save Our Stage

  • Make A Donation Your tax deductible contribution is essential to keeping The Music Hall viable while we are without the ticket income we rely on to reinvest in our theater.
  • Become A Member Your membership will ensure that The Music Hall will be here to get the music playing again.
  • Corporate Contribution Your business will help The Music Hall remain an important part of the cultural, educational & economic fabric of our community.
  • Take Action Congress is currently considering a bill called the Save Our Stages Act or SOS Act that could provide much needed funds for historic theaters like The Music Hall. Please take action today and let your elected officials know you don’t want historic theaters like ours to become history!

We are extremely thankful to everyone who has made a contribution to save our stage during this challenging time. Members, sponsors, community partners, friends, artists, and our team of amazing volunteers – we feel the love!

Music heals. The arts help us grow. And our community is proving that many hands, even when far apart, can still work together, take care of each other, and accomplish so much.

Keep the music in your heart and know that we miss you!

With Gratitude,
The Music Hall Team