Lebanon Opera House
51 N. Park Street,
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Lebanon Opera House (Official)
Functions: Performing Arts
Since opening in 1924, the Opera House has served as a venue for vaudeville, traveling theatricals, movies and community events.
In 1951 the Lebanon Opera House was converted into the town movie theater, and remained so until it was closed down at the end of the 1960s with no plans for its future. It was brought back to life in 1969 by Lebanon High School music director Ralph Bowie brought live theater once again in the Opera House.
After several cycles of activity and dormancy, the City of Lebanon recognized it could neither manage nor care for the facility by itself. The Lebanon Opera House Improvement Corporation was established by the City Council as a non-profit organization in 1991 and helped fund a complete renovation in 2002.
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