Lindsay Community Theater
The Biggest Little Theater in Central California
The Theater Gallery
The Lindsay Theater was built in the 1930's
as a movie house.
It was bought by a group of citizens and converted to a play house in 1983
The entrance looks much the same as it did 80 years ago.
The front lobby is a gathering place for patrons before and after an event.
The snack bar serves drinks and snacks at plays and concerts.
This mural depicts folks waiting in line to enter the theater to see The Wizard of Oz.
The light and sound booth is a hub of activity during a performance.
This is a view of the stage from the rear entrance, showing a rehearsal set for an upcoming play.
This is an actor's view of the auditorium which seats 260 patrons.
Seats for the theater were purchased from a movie house in Los Angeles that was renovating.
An elegant stairway leads to the upper lobby and the balcony.
The stairs were recently fitted with friction strips to prevent slips.
The upper lobby is well equipped to meet the needs of our patrons.
Snacks are sold to patrons who are seated in the cabaret.
Beer and wine are available to patrons for their enjoyment.
This portal leads to the cabaret.
Only a few more steps bring you to the top of the cabaret.
The view from the entrance to the cabaret shows the stage far below. Acoustics in the theater are so good that sound travels well to patrons here.