Thrasher Opera House
Thrasher Opera House is a National Historic Site that was originally built in 1910 as a community gathering place. Fully restored and reopened to the public in 1997, it is now the home to fine musical, comedy, theatrical, and community events. The charming 200-seat hall with its excellent acoustics, provides an intimate concert experience. The historic Thrasher Opera House is truly a community-benefit organization. People travel to Green Lake from all over the Midwest—and sometimes farther—to see visiting artists such as George Winston, David Lindley, Jimmy Webb and more. The Missoula Children’s Theatre is in residence twice a year, giving 60 area children the opportunity to participate in a musical every January and June. In addition, the venue is used for everything from high school plays and dances to weddings and receptions, community and business meetings, lectures and piano recitals, and other uses limited only by the imagination. Thrasher is a 'general seating' venue. Tickets are available for purchase online or by calling the business office at 920-294-4279. ext. 101.
Hours of Operation
General business hours are 9:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Evening concerts and programs begin at 7:30pm, unless otherwise posted. Door/Will-call window opens 45 minutes prior to performance.
Located in the heart of downtown Green Lake, in Central Wisconsin. From MADISON: Take Hwy 73 North to Hwy 23 East. Turn right on Business 23 to downtown. From MINN/St PAUL: Take Hwy 82 East. As you pass Hwy 51, Hwy 82 becomes Hwy 23 East. Turn right on Business Hwy 23 to downtown. From CHICAGO, MIL., FDL or FOX VALLEY: Take Hwy 23 West through Ripon. Turn left onto Business Hwy 23 to downtown.
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Performing Arts Type
Dining: Near Thrasher Opera House