Newport Opera House Theater Building to Opening Night Video Series

Newport Opera House Theater & Performing Arts Center Launches New Video Series Detailing Construction Progress & Milestones

Newport Opera House Theater Building to Opening Night Video SeriesNewport Opera House Theater & Performing Arts Center Launches New Video Series Detailing Construction Progress and Milestones

Full steam ahead with construction as Opera House Theater
Builds to Opening Night in Summer of 2018 

NEWPORT, R.I. – It’s Happening! The Newport Opera House Theater & Performing Arts Center is moving full steam ahead with construction and is launching a new video series “Building to Opening Night” to document the exciting construction progress underway. Supporters, the public, performing arts lovers, historic preservationists, Newporters, all of Rhode Island and beyond are invited to join us as we Build to Opening Night and follow the Opera House Theater’s regular video updates of construction progress and key milestones. 

The Opera House Theater launches this series with its first installment documenting the state of recent constructionproviding a baseline visualization for all future construction progress as we aggressively move toward completion and Build to Opening Night in Summer of 2018. 

Watch the first video in the series here:

Ensure you receive the latest construction updates in this video series by subscribing to the Opera House Theater’s “Backstage” newsletter, which can be done at operahouseri.org. Read our latest newsletter by clicking here.

Newport Opera House Theater & Performing Arts Center It's Happening Banner Reveal
Our building team celebrates construction progress as the Opera House Theater prepares to open in 2018 for its 150th anniversary.

About the Newport Opera House Theater & Performing Arts Center
The Newport Opera House Theater & Performing Arts Center is actively engaged in restoring and renovating the historic 1867 Opera House Theater in downtown Newport into a 700 seat venue for year-round programming of live performances that will serve as a cultural asset, economic driver, and educational catalyst locally and in the region. The theater is among the ten oldest surviving Opera Houses in America and the oldest surviving theater building in Rhode Island.