Our trip to Woodstock included poking our heads into the Opera House on the square. An old building that has history dating back to the early days of the town, we were nosing around the front door when a passing lady told us to head inside. I was not going to bother but she was quite insistent so we did head in. One of the staff was in the lobby and greeted us warmly. He suggested that we should wander around upstairs if we wanted.
We headed up to the auditorium. It was great. A small venue so everyone was very close to the stage. It seemed really cozy. There was a balcony too so we checked that out as well. They have a variety of acts throughout the year so the place seems very busy. They had a musical on that evening but they also had music acts performing at varying times.
The restoration of the place was nicely done and it was in great condition but also felt suitable period. While Woodstock is not a big town , it does appear that you could keep yourself entertained with the the various acts coming through on a regular basis. Not only that but the friendliness with which we were greeted by everyone really made you glad to have made the trip.
One last picture of something interesting. Some of the original seats are on display in the lobby by the box office. Not a comfy as the present seats, perhaps, but they do have a feature that few seats have today. Under the seat is a wire frame in which a gentleman can slot his wide brimmed hat during the performance. Probably a common feature in years gone by but certainly a novelty now.