This theater is a good venue for local productions, community chorales, and visiting artists. It's intimate, and there's no bad seat in the place. Every time I've been there, there has been a display of work by a local artist, which enriches the experience. Whoever books the programs does an excellent job. I'm looking forward to this September, when two friends of mine will be in a production of "Hairspray"
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