Little Brown Theatre
Springville, Utah

Bill and Marilyn Brown opened the original Little Brown Theatre in 1998, across the street from their Villa Playhouse Theatre in Springville.  Health problems forced the Browns to sell both theaters and the Little Brown closed in 2005.  After a six year absence, the Little Brown Theatre reopened in a new location on 28 October 2011.   The 50-seat black box theater uses minimal sets and the seating area is flexible to accommodate different shows.

Bear River Opera House
Bear River, Utah

The LDS Ward in Bear River City built an opera house and amusement hall in 1904 at a cost of $6,000.  On 15 February 1913, flames from an open stove door caught scenery on fire.   The town had no water works and a bucket brigade was ineffectual.  The theater burned to the ground, leaving only the rock foundation.

 
   
 

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