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Restoration

Built in 1885 during the "Golden Age" of Tarrytown in what was called the "Millionaire's Colony", the Music Hall is the oldest theater in Westchester, one of the oldest in the country, and listed on the National Register for Historic Places. It is one of 6% of theaters in the United States built before 1885.

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The Music Hall is working with architectural firm Westlake Reed Leskosky, paint and plaster restorers, seating companies, and other professionals on a Master Plan for the overall restoration and expansion of the Music Hall.

The Music Hall recently received a maximum $400,000 NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation matching grant, a $150,000 Save America's Treasure's matching grant secured through Nita Lowey, and a NYS grant secured through Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins for building restoration and the projects will be completed in the spring of 2013.

A wheelchair accessible restroom was built on the main level of the theater in October 2011 and was made possible by a Community Development Block grant administered by the Westchester County, Lucy R. Waletzky MD, The Thursday Club, and private donors. Plans to expand the Ladies and Mens restrooms are underway.

In April 2007, the Music Hall purchased the property behind the theater for two million dollars for staff parking and a future loading dock.

Click here for more information on how you help support the Music Hall's programmatic and restoration plans.

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