Boothe Brothers Performing Arts Center

Boothe Brothers Performing Arts Center

Jacob C.
Description
Serving our community for almost 100 years, the Boothe Brothers Performing Arts Center opened its doors in 1914 as the “Angelus Theatre.” This theatre was Spanish Fork’s only movie theater when it was destroyed by fire in 1948. It was rebuilt and reopened in 1950 until the year of “Footloose” (1984) when the theater’s name was changed to the “Main Street Theatre.” Boothe Bros. Music renovated the theatre in 1996. With the addition of a large, solid, oak stage, and sound and light systems it is now a performing arts center. With a capacity of 250 screaming fans or cheering down-line, the Boothe Brothers Performing Arts Center now acts as a full-service social venue available for concerts, plays, film festivals, weddings, private parties, seminars, clinics, luncheons and well… you get the idea! 801.798.7650 Mon. – Fri.: 10AM – 6:30PM Sat.: 10AM – 6PM Closed Sunday #Music #Theatre
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