The Grand Reopening Of Hudson Hall at the Historic Hudson Opera House
On April 21, 2017, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the grand reopening of Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House in Columbia County, the oldest surviving theater in the state. The Hudson Opera House, built in 1855, has welcomed great performers, writers and historical figures over the years, including Susan B. Anthony and Theodore Roosevelt.
“The historic Hudson Opera House is a true jewel of this region, representing an important and storied piece of New York’s vibrant history,” Governor Cuomo said. “This project has restored and revitalized New York’s oldest theater, preserving its architectural features while creating a thriving cultural center for the City of Hudson and for visitors from near and far to enjoy for years to come.” Read the rest of the Governor’s press release here.