Writers need a space where they can feel inspired, supported, and free to explore. The DGF Music Hall provides just that to any writer at no cost.
The Music Hall is an airy, salon-style space that has all the resources that a writer might need, including a baby grand piano donated by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, music stands, a conference room-sized table, a state-of-the-art projector, a surround sound system, and a theatrical library.
The Music Hall was created and is offered for free thanks to the generosity of Carol Hall (Best Little Whorehouse in Texas) and the Grisham Foundation.
Resources at the Music Hall include:
- Seating for 30-35 guests
- Two couches
- One large dining table
- Eight music stands
- Surround sound
- Steinway baby-grand piano
The Music Hall’s general hours of operation are 10:30am-9pm Monday-Friday, and 12-4pm Saturday-Sunday, with some exceptions. Click here to view the rules of the Music Hall. Click here to view and download the Use of the Music Hall Waiver. First time users must sign and return this waiver either prior to or during their first reservation.
In an effort to support as many writers as possible, individuals are limited to 100 hours in the Music Hall per calendar year.
Available times appear in white squares below. Blacked-out squares have already been booked.