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Tickets for the show were easy to download and print. I like that you can see what seats are available and their location. We hit the stage-left concessions before going to the show. Not too many options but prices were reasonable. Pretty sure you cannot...More
The Opera House is a beautiful example of late Victorian architecture. The galleries boast a variety of historic and artistic exhibits, and the theatre hosts two of the finest community theatre groups in the area as well as touring shows. Relax with a libation in...More
The Opera House is a must see Woodstock venue. It's history and tradition are obvious as soon as you step foot inside. It's beautifully restored and offers all types of great events for every taste. I last visited to take photographs for the Creative Living...More
I have lived in the area for a long time, but never had the pleasure of visiting the opera house - not an opera fan. I took a date to see Legally Blonde, the musical. We were rolling on the floor laughing. The show was...More
Excellent the stage left is a nice snack coffee bar area.. it is on the historical Woodstock Square and was use it the Movie Ground Hog Day with Bill Murray .. Woodstock is the home Dick Tracy the cartoon character by Charles Gould.
Great place. Remodeled. Several nice theaters with new releases or fairly new. Best part is the seating is comfortable & you get all the refills on popcorn & sodas or slushies you want. YUM! Bathrooms clean & modern, staff is friendly. Get your senior discount...More
This past holiday we saw two different plays, Christmas Carol (Scrooge) and Christmas Story (you'll shoot your eye out, kid). They were excellent community theater productions, great neighborhood entertainment in such a quaint setting. The Opera House is a small, well kept, antique of a...More
We recently visited the Woodstock Opera House for the first time. This is a beautifully restored old theater/opera house with lots of interesting history. Orson Wells started his career here! Sow the musical "The Christmas Story" The leads did an excellent job with their parts!...More