Morton Roxy Theatre

Find the charming Roxy Theater in Morton. This newly renovated 1930’s theatre continues to captivate audiences through song, dance and acting. The original theatre was built in the early 1900’s by Thomas Hopgood who became Morton’s first mayor. The theater burned down with the rest of the town in 1924 and was rebuilt in 1937. It was a grand place until the advent of television became so popular that the theater went out of business.  In 2002, a group of local volunteers began the arduous task of renovation and in 2007 the theatre opened again and now features a wide array of professional productions .

The restoration of the small local theatre helped capture and preserve the culture of the small rural community.  It has become a focal point for the town and is the pride of each and every community member.

  • ADA Accessible
  • Fee Required
  • Located on Private Land

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