Memorial Opera House

Built in 1893 as a memorial to Civil War veterans, this historic landmark theatre continues a long tradition of opening its doors to local and national talent

With each season specifically selected to delight and entertain our patrons, we know even the most discerning theater enthusiast will be captivated.

Our mission is to spotlight history, community, and the arts by preserving a National Historic Monument dedicated to increasing opportunities for all people to appreciate, participate in and enjoy the arts.

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2014 Performances

2014 Summer Children's Classes

The new classes taught by educated and experienced actors will run June through August at Memorial Opera House. Children will learn age...

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Nice guys always finish last. Now meet the winners.

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An Intimate Evening with Alice Peacock

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Alice Peacock will headline this concert to raise money for the Porter County Museum Foundation.

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Ladies Who Sing the Blues

Nina Simone, Etta James, Rosemary Clooney, Ella Fitzgerald. The women whose voices are like silk, smooth, sexy, and leave you wanting more...

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