Address: 128 East Idaho Avenue Glenns Ferry, ID 83623

Phone: 208-366-7408

The Gorby Opera House was built in 1914, originally for Vaudeville Stage Acts, and served the community of Glenns Ferry for many years.    Fireman’s dances,   railroad events,   and bazaars all took place in the building.  Because a mortuary was next door, the main hall was used for funerals.  In later years, silent movies with organ and piano accompaniment were popular.

Through the efforts of many community volunteers, the Historic Opera Theatre reopened its doors June 4, 1994, for live stage productions.  Many community and cultural events have taken place since the reopening (parties, reunions, dances, and receptions can be scheduled).

Original hardwood floors, wood banisters, stairs, seats and fans grace the building.  A 100-year old piano is a major point of interest.  Many people   feel   the   Opera   Theatre   has  its  own personality, heart, and soul, and have come to love the ‘grand old gal’ as if she were a person,  She seems to have a magic and warmth when an attentive   audience is  within her walls.  The reopening of the Historic Opera Theatre has brought   back   feelings  of   opportunity,   unity, community, and plain good ol’ fashioned fun to Glenns Ferry and the surrounding area…

Welcome back, Ol’ Gal!


Dinner and Show $30.00

(Reservations required for dinner.)

Show only $8.00

$7.00 for Seniors & Students under 12 years

(Reservations recommended)

Call 208-366-7408


Dinner available both evenings

Doors open for dinner @ 6:30

Show time 7:45

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