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The Newberry Opera House has proudly begun partnering with a local non-profit or service provider each month. During January we had a chance to talk to Lynn Stockman, Director of the Newberry County Council on Agiing. The conversation naturely gathered around the fact that seniors need a social life just like everyone else. Join us in honoring our elders and supporting the efforts of the hard workers at the Newberry County Council on Aging.

5 THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT THE COUNCIL ON AGING

Below is a little help from the Newberry Opera House Box Office elves. If you are having trouble picking the perfect ticket match for your loved one, check out these suggestions. You can also always call 803-276-6264 and the Customer Service Reps will be glad to help you. They can even e-mail to you or your loved one the tickets or Opera House Gift Card!


 

 

 

 

 

 

We have a lot to be thankful for this season, here are our top 20!

Penelope’s Top 20 – Holiday Edition

The Newberry Opera House will be celebrating our 20th anniversary of our rededication on February 20, 2018. In honor of our 20th Celebration Season and borrowing from our in house ghost (Penelope), we are doing Penelope’s Top 20 list this season.

Outside our window we are watching them put up the holiday lights in Memorial Square, which inspired the list below. See you this holiday season at the Newberry Opera House!

You may have noticed a reference or two to Penelope taking over our social media this spooky month of October. Who was this Opera House ghost? One of the long time Opera House Box Office workers was doing inventory on the seat plaques in the balcony during the early days of the Opera House remodeling and looked up into the dark lighting booth to see a glow in the window on the left. Suddenly she could see a woman with long hair and a vein wearing Victorian era clothing. The staffer looked away and then looked back and the apparition was still there. The staffer waves and the woman's glow sunk below the window and the booth was dark again.