Check out our website for movie information and more. Admission: $5 per person, Children 10 & under free. Don't forget you can camp out for...
City: Mount Zion
Built in 1902 by
philanthropist Andrew Carnegie for the Lewisburg Female Institute. Endowed in
1983, Carnegie Hall is a nonprofit...
A restored theatre located in historic Fayetteville offering a full season of performances throughout the year. We offer a murder mystery...
Landmark Studio for the Arts is located in Sutton's Historic Downtown district. Housed in an 1896 Victorian era Church renovated in 1988....
Located in Wheeling's historic Centre Market district, this church-turned-theater offers a yearly season of plays for adults and children,...
Live musicals, plays, children’s theatre, art, concerts and dance in the oldest theatre in West Virginia. Theatre runs year-round; group...
City: Charles Town
Stage performance theatre. Also housing other events and performances including a Haunted Theatre in October. Please see our website for...
The Opera House is a multi-purpose community facility located in Marlinton. It is used for activities including drama, dance, arts and...
Enjoy unforgettable entertainment in this restored 1926 vaudeville house - the Grand Lady of downtown Parkersburg. Artists of national and...
A mom and pop neighborhood movie house in a Depression-era theater showing films since the early 1930s. First-run, mainstream movies shown...
City: Berkeley Springs
The Capitol Theatre offers a variety of rental services to the community. Rooms in the Capitol are available for renting by school and...
Sound: FM (91.3)
Capacity: 200 Cars
Season: May - Sept.
Sound: FM Speakers
Capacity: 400 Cars
Season: May - Sept.
Screen : Single
Capacity: 250 Cars
Season: April - Oct.
Formerly the Randolph Garage Company, circa
1919, this late Edwardian style brick building
is a contributing structure to the Downtown
Built in 1928, the former St. Brendan’s Catholic
Church, served the Catholic community until 1999.
Walter F. Martens, the architect who...
The Lewis Theatre was designed in functional, post
deco style by R.L. Whitten, Architect, Charleston,
WV and constructed in 1939 for...
Opened as the Plaza Theatre in 1912, it featured
high-class vaudeville entertainment and novel
attractions. In 1921, the building was...
The Auditorium is a monolithic concrete and steel
structure completed in 1939 as a Public Works
Administration (PWA) project and designed...
In 1928, after 14 months of construction, 550 tons
of steel, several million bricks, “high-tech” piping
and ventilation this opulent...
The Robey Theatre was built by Hamond Robey in
1911 specifically for the exhibition of films. Robey
moved his theatre operations several...
The Alpine Theatre opened December 25, 1936.
Admission was 25¢ per adult and 15¢ per child.
Candy was 5¢; popcorn and soda were 10¢.
In 1924 the Metropolitan Theatre opened its doors
to the public as a vaudeville house designed
by Charles W. Bates (#20 Capitol). The...
Originally a federal building, this 1913 Neo-classical
structure was donated in 1976 to be developed
and maintained as a cultural center...
First opening its doors in 1904, Victoria
Theater is the oldest operating theater in
West Virginia. Located in the registered