The Mission Theatre is best known for high quality community theatre productions. It was built in 1946, as a movie theater. In the late 1980’s, the local community theatre group began the theatres transformation to be used as a live theatre playhouse. It was purchased in 1993, by the Hornsveld family, who quickly restored it to it’s 1940 art deco glory.
The Mission Theatre is now the resident theatre to CAST Productions a 501C3 non-profit performing arts school for children of all ages. CAST also produces several performances each year with adult actors.
The Mission Theatre is a charming venue, designed in the grand tradition of the old movie house. The lobby and interior of the venue has been wonderfully preserved by the venue staff, and the stage is designed to allow great sight lines from any seat in the house.
With a quaint charm and a small town feel, the Mission Theatre is a fabulous place to see local and regional performers in action. Visit the concession stand in the lobby for an authentic movie house experience.