Welcome to our 40th Anniversary Season! It’s a time to celebrate, as we look back on the first 40 years of our nonprofit and look forward to the next 40 years and beyond. And it’s a time to recognize that we’re part of a much larger history.
Since 1878 Hubbard Hall has developed, produced, and presented theater, music, dance, and the visual arts and in recent years has become a world-class development center for new work. Since 1977, Hubbard Hall’s current nonprofit has engaged thousands of artists, students, and audience members in acclaimed productions of theater, opera, music, and dance.
We have a ton of great work in store for you this year, both on stage and throughout the campus. We’re also working to gain new funding towards the restoration and renovation of the Hall. We’re working to establish expanded fellowships for current students and recent graduates, to train with us in production and arts administration to gain the skills they need for jobs in the arts. And we’re working to continue to expand our free and in-school programming, to reach more students than ever before.
We will continue to gather people from all walks of life to create, learn, and grow together, while developing, producing, and presenting world-class art and artists. We stay devoted to developing, sustaining, and promoting the cultural life of our rural community.
Join us and help us ensure the Hall will thrive and serve our community for many years to come. Welcome back, or for the first time, to Hubbard Hall. We’re so glad you’re here.
David Andrew Snider
Executive & Artistic Director