The Fayette Theater at 131 S. Fayette St. in Washington C.H. opened its doors April 30, 1928. Billed as “A Real Playhouse of Great Beauty,” the theater had seating for 750 and provided all the luxuries of a big city theater.
Join us at the Carnegie Public Library for an opportunity to learn about the Historic Fayette Theater.
On Saturday, Sept. 3 at 10 a.m., Lauran Perrill, retired Washington Court House City Schools upper elementary social studies teacher, and granddaughter of theater owner/manager Hoy Orton Simons, will share the history of the Historic Fayette Theater. Lauran will share her memories and mementos of the beginnings of this notable local building.