The Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center is a proud partner with the Marshall Artists Series. The Marshall Artists Series was formed in 1936 and is the arts and entertainment organization for Marshall University. It also has the distinction of being the second oldest “Town and Gown” organization in the United States. In 1939, the Marshall Artists Series moved to the Keith-Albee for the majority of its shows, bringing a wide variety of entertainment to Huntington, including touring Broadway shows, great American and international orchestras and operas, beloved comedians, and wonderful film festivals. Many nationally known acts and performers have appeared at the Keith-Albee courtesy of the partnership enjoyed with the Marshall Artists Series as the producer and the theatre serving as the venue.
Disclaimer: This Past Performances Listing is indicative only and non-exhaustive. Its intent is to show the quality and diversity of entertainment that has been held on the Keith-Albee stage over several years.