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West Liberty Opera House


Tecumseh Opera House

In the small Appalachian Town of Shawnee, Ohio, an exciting restoration project is currently underway.  Originally built in 1907, and dubbed the Red Men's Opera House (one of the fraternal organizations representing miners) the newly christened Tecumseh Opera House is in the initial stages of restoration.  With a typical construction of the period, retail shops on the ground floor, theater on the second floor, and fraternal meeting halls on the third floor, the Tecumseh Opera House is destined to be a shining example representing the efforts of a committed, dedicated, and enthusiastic community. 

Bell's Opera House


Bell's Opera House is named after its benefactor, Charles S. Bell, leading citizen and philanthropist in Hillsboro, Ohio.  It saw its grand opening in November of 1895.  With much of it still intact, check out the Highland County link to find out more about this burgeoning restoration. 

Genoa Opera House

Pemberville Opera House


Located in the historically rich northwest corner of Ohio, the Pemberville Opera House is a shining example of a beautiful restoration completed by the group effort of the citizens of Pemberville.  Opened in July, 1892, and boasting a "modern stage," today the visitor will find many of the orginal accutrements intact and in use.  The Pemberville Opera House has an active theatrical calendar and is a beacon for other projects to emulate.  

Johnstown Opera House

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