Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre was built in 1900 and houses the oldest remaining theatre space in Salem.

Originally owned by the fraternal organization Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the complex has deep roots in community service and activism, as well as the performing arts. Located at 191 High St. NE Salem, Oregon, the complex stands as one of downtown’s most prominent and historic buildings.

From John Philip Sousa to vaudeville, Portland Wrestling and more, the complex is a memorable staple of Salem’s history and entertainment culture. Today, the Theatre space remains unmatched for its acoustical excellence and intimate size, featuring new seating, ADA restrooms and access, state of the art sound, lighting and more.

Now managed by resident nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, Enlightened Theatrics, the Theatre space is now home to professional theatre productions, concerts, movies, lectures and more, as well as corporate and community events of all sizes and styles.

To submit a rental inquiry for Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre, please visit EnlightenedTheatrics.org.