Located in the historic downtown of Three Oaks, the theatre was built in the 1890s as a livery which serviced the nearby train station. In 1911 Frank Lee and partners converted the livery into a film theatre which at that time was one of three in the town of Three Oaks. After being closed for several years, Jon and Jennifer Vickers purchased and restored the theater, reopening in 1996 with "Citizen Kane." Judy and Joe Scully, with partner Bill Lindblom purchased the theatre in 2010 and continue to show a great variety of foreign and independent films. The theatre often hosts poetry readings, live theatre, music and forums. The gallery area showcases area artists' work which may be viewed before and after movies. We invite you to check out our website and see all the great events taking place here. Tickets are $10.00 for adults and students along with Seniors are just $8.00.