The Stoughton Opera House, originally called the City Auditorium, first opened in February 1901. It is one of the largest second story theaters in the Midwest. Plaster, carpets, floor lights, dressing rooms, paint, handicapped accessibility and the latest in state-of-the-art equipment combine to make the Stoughton Opera House a wonderful mixture of Victorian and modern elements. The "crown jewel" of Stoughton has been restored and enhanced and is lovelier than ever.
Redeemable only at the Stoughton Open House Box Office. Valid for performances produced by the SOH. Expires November 7, 2020.
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