Fantastic venue just off the beaten path in Ridgefield. Beautifully decorated with murals in the lobby of the way it might have been in Ridgefield during colonial times..well, pre-pavement anyway. Small hall, seating less than 600 I think, with a balcony...front row is for people with short legs...great acoustics. Small, intimate for performances that you really feel a part of. Great senses of community at all of the shows regardless of the artist. Great place to watch a movie when they have showings. No hassle, plenty of parking (for movies), all the concessions, with none of the hassle. Love this place, feel lucky to have this venue with a generally fantastic line-up of talent. The kind of place Springstein, or the Stones would love to have a chance to play to re-connect with their audience. Don't miss it. It's worth the hunt to find...GPS gets you there.