The Augusta Curtis Cultural Center is one of Meriden's most treasured buildings. The three-story marble Greek Revival building, built more than a century ago, is located in the heart of Meriden across from City Hall. The Center once served as the city's first public library. Although its days as a library are now more than 30 years past, the Center today is a vibrant cultural resource for city residents, hosting The New Theatre, music performances, craft shows, the annual auction and more.
All profits from our productions support the Augusta Curtis Cultural Center. For more information or to make a donation of your own, please visit Curtis Cultural Center's website.