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Have a Play-ful Time at the Americana Festival

Steps from the Parade Route … Town Hall Activities!

Town Hall Theatre will again serve as a central activity area at the Americana Festival, with crafts, balloons and entertainment. Town Hall is located on North Main Street, just steps from the parade route,

Let Your Creativity Shine

Join us just outside the theatre to create some crafts to take home with you. While you are there be sure to get information about our upcoming season.

Indoor Entertainment

Families can take a break from the heat and enjoy a sneak peek of our 2018-2019 season. We will unveil the season with songs and scenes presented by our talented youth actors.  You won’t want to miss the chance to see previews of Into the Woods Jr. and A Little Princess, our first two shows of the season. Come in and see the show!

Performances on the Town Hall stage will be presented on the half hour beginning at 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30 pm. Tickets will be on sale as well for Town Hall Theatre’s 27th season. Stop by the box office from noon-4 pm.

The historic Town Hall stage is the home to high-quality, year-round theatre opportunities for young people and their families. Theatre productions are created for young audiences and performed by young people and adults. The theatre also offers acting classes and performing arts camps.

CHECK BACK HERE AFTER JULY 4 . . .
. . . to see our complete and exciting 2018-2019 Town Hall Theatre season lineup!

SERVING THE COMMMUNITY SINCE 1989

Town Hall Theatre occupies the historic Washington Township Hall, located at 27 North Main Street in downtown Centerville. The hall was built in 1908 for the purpose of holding town meetings, graduations, and Grange activities. Washington Township housed its government offices in the building until 1985.

In 1989, township officials decided to turn this historic landmark into a viable performing arts center. In 1991, after a series of public hearings, the All Children's Theatre was formed with the assistance of a $5000 MCRACD Special Projects Grant.

Between 1992-96, a facility renovation was initiated, resulting in a newly refurbished auditorium, lobby and rehearsal room, as well as the installation of an accessible ramp entrance and restrooms, a dance studio and scene shop.

 

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