Dear patron,

We’d like to begin by thanking each and every one of you for your support of Town Hall Arts Center.

Town Hall Arts Center was founded 38 years ago by people who were true visionaries; people who wanted to bring the community together, who understood the immense power of art to entertain us, to transport us to other worlds, to transform us, to remind us that we are not alone, to give a voice to those who have been silenced, to present other viewpoints, and to bring joy.  The work wasn’t easy, but this group labored tirelessly because they believed that the citizens of Arapahoe County and South Metro Denver deserved to have outstanding family entertainment and educational programs that were affordable and conveniently located in the heart of Littleton.

Since our founding, hundreds of thousands have been entertained in our beloved, iconic building, which has endured for nearly 100 years through good times and bad.  We are all facing a difficult time right now, and in efforts to keep our community safe and healthy, our Gothic doors are temporarily closed to you, our dedicated patrons.

However, be assured the board and staff of Town Hall Arts Center are still hard at work realizing our mission to enrich the cultural, social and educational life of this community.

  • First, all of our administrative and technical staff are working remotely.  Keeping these talented and dedicated individualsemployed is a top priority of the board and doing so is in the immediate and long-term interest of the organization.
  • While our spring educational programs have been cancelled, our Education Department is hard at work designing virtual experiences to continue engaging students at home, while we look forward to our traditional programming this summer.
  • The cast and crew of Almost Heaven are taking a hiatus from rehearsals right now, but as soon as it is safe to do so, we look forward to opening that show for audiences who will more than ever will appreciate the spirit of relationship and community so prevalent in the music of John Denver.
  • Finally, we continue to focus on the future of Town Hall Arts Center.  Planning for our 40th season will get underway in the next few months, and we look forward to celebrating the 100th anniversary of our iconic building later this fall. Additionally, we look forward to sharing more cultural and educational programming announcements with you all soon.

The saying goes “the show must go on” and it most certainly will.  Just as they did more than 38 years ago, and have night after night since, the people of Littleton will gather together to celebrate community, art and live theater. We are honored to play this important role in the lives of so many residents, visitors, seniors, students, teachers, actors, directors, artists, musicians and so many more.

Thank you for being a part of this family,

Town Hall Arts Center Board of Directors