Palatine's Cutting Hall celebrates grand reopening with 'Something Rotten'

Palatine's Cutting Hall celebrates grand reopening

  • Theatre Nebula presents "Something Rotten," opening Sept. 25 and running through Oct. 24, at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center in Palatine. For tickets and information, visit cuttinghall.org.

    Theatre Nebula presents "Something Rotten," opening Sept. 25 and running through Oct. 24, at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center in Palatine. For tickets and information, visit cuttinghall.org. Courtesy of Palatine Park District

 
Submitted by Palatine Park District
Posted9/22/2021 11:15 AM

Palatine Park District is celebrating one of its most iconic buildings, Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center, as part of its grand reopening. Theatre Nebula will be performing "Something Rotten" for several weeks starting on Sept. 25, after an extended shutdown of the facility.

Cutting Hall is owned and operated by the Palatine Park District. It serves the arts and entertainment needs of area residents in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago as one of the few performing arts centers owned by a local recreation agency in Illinois. The theater has been an integral part of the arts environment in Palatine since it was built in 1928 as part of the original Palatine High School. More dates and shows will be announced for the rest of the year.

 

The park district also utilizes the space for programs for children, the Palatine Concert Band, and many other park district programs, including theater, dance and the Palatine Children's Chorus.

Cutting Hall offers residents an opportunity to share their talents and resources in the performing arts. The park district is proud to offer this lively example of the rich heritage found in our area.

The mission of Palatine Park District is to provide a variety of safe, enjoyable, and affordable parks, programs, and recreational facilities that will enhance the quality of life by promoting good health and well-being for all residents and visitors while being fiscally responsible stewards of community assets and tax dollars.

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