Built in 1901 and producing community theatre in Henry County, Indiana since 1976, the Guyer Opera House is the only remaining gaslight-era theatre and one of the most important historic buildings in Henry County.
It was discovered in 1969 after lying fallow for more than 20 years, and preservation efforts have continued ever since then. The Guyer operates as a non-profit community civic theatre. All volunteers graciously donate their time and energy toward tasks like the upkeep of the building, production of shows in the upstairs auditorium and Aurora Studio Theatre downstairs, and at monthly board meetings.
The Guyer is always looking for talented individuals in the greater Henry County area for its shows that occur throughout the year. This Facebook page exists so fans can check in on upcoming events, including auditions and shows.