Be Enthralled and Entertained at the Historic Eagles Theatre
Enjoy incredible live performances, grab a seat for one of the free family film showings, or watch a throwback classic to take a trip down memory lane. Home to one of the largest screens in Indiana, the Eagles Theatre has entertained locals and tourists alike for decades. Originally built as a vaudeville theatre, the historic Wabash venue made its debut on March 30, 1906. The 1930s saw some big changes as the theatre switched to movies and was remodeled by architect Alvin M. Strauss in the Art Deco style. And in 1985, the Eagles Theatre took its place in the National Register of Historic Places. This tradition of constant evolution continues to this day. In September 2017, the Eagles Theatre suspended operations to begin construction on the Renovation Project - an inspiring two-year endeavor to reimagine and revitalize this Wabash icon.