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Deertrees Theatre & Cultural Centre

In 1936 a marvelous opera house was constructed on the site of an old deer run in the hills above Harrison. The Adirondack-styled building, seating 300, was constructed of rose hemlock with hand carved fixtures and stage dimensions identical to the Metropolitan Opera House.

Today, Deertrees is a non-profit center for the performing arts, presenting over forty exciting and unique productions during a season that runs from mid-June until early September.

As home to the Deertrees Theatre Festival, the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, the Children's Wednesday Series, the BackStage Art Gallery, and the Salt Lick Caf~, Deertrees is one of the most active theatres in the Northeast

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