The Joie Theatre in Brigham City was known by as many as four names from November 1909 to November 1910. After the Florence theater chain went under in 1910, former manager B. M. Neal and his wife slipped out of Brigham City using back streets and fields in an attempt to avoid paying their many debts.
The Willard Opera House occupied the upper floor of Charles Harding's General Store on the east side of Main Street, across from South Center Street. The opera hall, which had a small stage with wing space, was also used for recreation and dances. The Willard Opera House was in use around 1890 and was later destroyed by fire.