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76 North Canterbury Road, Canterbury, CT, United States
150 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281, United States

Originally built in 1968 on the campus of Annhurst College, the Loos Center for the Arts was acquired by The Woodstock Academy with the purchase of South Campus in 2017. The Loos Center for the Arts includes a 1,000 seat theater, theGallery, lecture hall, recording studio, and several classrooms.

185 Broad Street, Killingly, CT, United States

Community/Recreation Center.

Accessible to persons with disabilities.

Seats 225

150 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281, United States

“Enriching, Inspiring, Accessible. Bringing professional performing arts to our community.” Now in our 39th season, P/A brings high quality, accessible and affordable professional performing arts to northeast CT. Our own flagship programs are our FREE Children’s Educational Opera and Children’s Educational Symphony programs. Through our artistic partners, Salt Marsh Opera Company and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, local school children are introduced to the creative artistry, discipline, beauty and storyline in productions of the opera and of  the orchestra. The students learn about the art form, the narrative and the music through a multi-media study guide provided to teachers. Each participating class is visited by the artists for an in-school workshop prior to the performances. In the spring, the children attend live, fully-staged productions of the opera or symphony at the Hyde Cultural Center.

30 Front Street (Route 44), Putnam, CT 06260


The Bradley Playhouse is a 111 year-old vaudeville theatre in the heart of the Putnam Antiques and Restaurant District in the “Quiet Corner” of Northeastern Connecticut. It is an amateur community theatre, operated by the members of the Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut, Inc. The NECT produces six season shows per year and several special fundraising events for the Bradley Playhouse Restoration Fund.

Seats 400

156 River Road, Willington, CT, United States

The Mill Works has been owned and operated by the Buccino family since 1962. For 50 years we have served as home for a variety of creative business applications from manufacturing/ R&D concerns and retail establishments to professional offices, fine art studios and design spaces.

Our workspaces combine wood and brick with an abundance of natural light and water views to provide as an inspirational environment for the creative thought. This historic setting enhanced with current technology offers a peaceful and productive workplace where ideas become reality.

523 Route 169, Woodstock, CT, United States

By Appointment,860.928.1035

The Woodstock Historical Society is headquartered in Palmer Memorial Hall in the historic district of Woodstock, Connecticut.

The purpose of this Society shall be to acquire and preserve historical knowledge and materials of Woodstock, Connecticut It shall promote this history by every feasible means to as wide an audience as possible.

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