Orpheum Centennial!

Conrad’s Orpheum Theater was constructed in 1917 and represented the latest “state of the art” motion picture theatre. The historic gem we know as the Orpheum Theatre opened on April 5, 1918 with the silent movie, A Modern Muskateer and was accompanied by the Rachac Orchestra.

Throughout 2018, PAC is celebrating the Conrad Orpheum’s centennial with several events and contests.

If you have memories, photos or stories about any of the Orpheum happenings throughout the years, please let us know. Call PAC president Dale Sheldon (271-5330) to share your ideas.

 

Articles and Recollections about the Conrad Orpheum Theatre:
  • CLICK HERE to learn more about how the Conrad Orpheum was able to reopen its doors after being empty for so long!
  • CLICK HERE to FIND OUT more about long-time PAC supporters, Harold and Betty Olson!

 

Conrad Orpheum Theater Wants You to Win!

As part of the Conrad Orpheum Theater centennial celebration, each month of 2018, there will be a CENTENNIAL QUESTION OF THE MONTH. Answers to each month’s question can be found somewhere on the theater’s website: www.conradorpheum.com.

QUESTION:  Which prominent Conrad duo began their history with the Orpheum Theater by bailing water out of the auditorium?

Submit your answer to: suzytwerp@yahoo.com by MAY 31, 2018. Please include your first and last name, phone number and email address with your entry so you can be notified if you win! 

Drawing will be held on June 12 from eligible entries. Winner will be awarded one free entry to a movie at Conrad Orpheum Theatre.