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May 26, 2024
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Holly Theatre Open House

Bring your friends, family, neighbors, and theatre lovers to dig into history, witness what’s new, and celebrate what’s on the horizon for the Holly Theatre!

This is YOUR invitation to view the Holly’s RESTORED first- and second-floor lobbies, and “conversational” restrooms, and peek into the past on the Haunted Stairwell!

Come learn about the next phases of construction and restoration, and how our programming will complement the cultural landscape of our bustling arts district! Stand on the Holly stage and envision over 1,000 fans there for YOU. Visit the dressing rooms as they are readied for our touring artists. Our donors and supporters are so proud of the work that’s been done, and we can’t wait to share it with you!

While you’re HERE, Sponsor-a-Seat or join our amazing team of volunteers. Our volunteers have as many skills as we have opportunities! No reservations are required. Welcome to all.

Date & Time:

April 6 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost:

Free

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