Algonquin Theater delighted to once again host live performances

The Algonquin Theater is bustling with activity, and the staff couldn’t be more excited to welcome back the community for live music and theatre.

Having already showcased the talents of local theater company Monarch Performing Arts Studio with their production of Leasethe return of Reel Alternatives films and Algonquin Outfitters’ presentation of the Banff Mountain Film Festival among others, the theater is in full swing with shows and events all summer long.

“We are thrilled to welcome our friends back to the Algonquin Theater to enjoy this year’s lineup of concerts, films, musicals and events,” said Algonquin Theater Manager Matt Huddlestone.

The theater also hosts the Huntsville Festival of the Arts (HfA) for its 30th anniversary season.

“The Huntsville Arts Festival has been with us since the theater opened in 2005,” says Huddlestone. “Reopening just in time to help them celebrate their amazing 30th anniversary is amazing.”

“While we also perform elsewhere, we consider the Algonquin Theater to be our home base,” says Dan Watson, HfA’s General Manager. “It’s a very important partnership that we have together. It’s a beautiful theater and it allows us to bring in some truly amazing world class performers… if you look at other theaters in other cities our size, the Algonquin Theater really punches above its weight. It’s amazing how busy he is and what a great reputation he has.

The theme of the Festival this season is connection, and the organization is excited to reconnect with its fans and “the spaces we’ve known and loved”, Watson said. “It’s really exciting to have the number of shows we have there, to welcome our audience back to the Algonquin Theater again.”

Stage yourself

Even with a full season ahead, you have the option of reserving the theater space for your own private or community event. Want to show a film with friends? Or do a jam session on stage? How about an employee appreciation event with a local musician? Theater can do anything.

“The Algonquin Theater is a real community place,” says Huddlestone. “From youth and school groups to local business meetings to non-profit fundraisers, the theater is a versatile space that can meet everyone’s needs.

Contact Matt Huddlestone at [email protected] to find out how you can book the theater for your event.

Put yourself and your friends on stage at the Algonquin Theatre! The venue is available for hire for private or community events. (Algonquin Theatre)

Concerts on the quay

Much to the delight of its longtime fans, the ever-popular Concerts on the Dock, presented by the Algonquin Theatre, returns to Town Dock Park this summer.

“What better way to spend a summer evening than at the Algonquin Theater presents Concerts on the Dock?” said Huddlestone. “It’s one of Huntsville’s most popular summer traditions.

Bring your chair or boat and enjoy the show from the waters edge. Admission is by donation (at least one dollar is suggested), with all funds going to the artists.

Confirmed so far for this season, with more to come, are:

July 6: Jack Gaughan

July 13: Northern Lights Steel Orchestra

July 20: Muskoka Concert Band

July 27: tonic way

August 10: James Gray

Mark your calendar so you don’t miss these amazing local artists!

The Northern Lights Steel Orchestra returns to Concerts on the Dock on Wednesday July 13, 2022.

Partner room

While you’re at the theater, or whenever the building is open, be sure to stop and browse the Huntsville Art Society (HAS) public art gallery in Partners Hall. (Note that the gallery is not available for viewing at private or paid events). Until the end of this month, the emission of the members of the HAS Swing in the spring.

Partners Hall is also available to rent for smaller events.

Get your tickets today!

Check out this season’s performance and film lineup at— check back regularly for updates! Tickets can be booked online here or call the box office at 705-789-4975.

The Algonquin Theater is a beautiful and versatile venue for a wide range of events.

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Kenneth T. Shippee