Since 1906, Eagles Theatre has been a community hub for quality live and cinematic entertainment.
The Eagles Theatre has offered movie magic for generations with first-run weekend films, throwback cinema classics, and free family film showings.
Staying true to its vaudevillian roots, the Eagles Theatre also hosts live musical and comedy performances from both touring and local talent.
The five-story building recently underwent an extensive renovation that was completed in early 2020, which added an additional movie theater, music lesson rooms, recording studios, and a grand ballroom.
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Originally built in 1906 as a vaudeville theater, the Eagles Theatre has adapted to modern times while maintaining its historical charm.
Acquired by The Honeywell Foundation in 2010, the Eagles Theatre will grow to meet the needs of 21st century audiences as the cornerstone project for the City of Wabash’s Stellar Communities Grant.