History

History of the Edinburgh Pixy Theatre

The Edinburgh Pixy Theatre was built in 1907 to be used as a Masonic Lodge which remained it's primary use until 2008. It was paid for by Masonic members who purchased "shares" for $25.00 each. The Rainbow Girls and Eastern Star also met there; The theatre has been a former opera house, movie theater, and home of the Edinburgh Sugar Creek Players for nearly 20 years.

Following its acquisition in July of 2008, the former Masonic Lodge/Pixy Theatre has undergone extensive renovation and now serves as a unique historical venue for live music, arts, stage productions, weddings, and events for the community of Edinburgh.

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As Company president Mike Harding once suggested to Edinburgh High School students: "The people of Edinburgh are the owners of The Pixy Theatre; I'm just the custodian with a checkbook."

This point-of-view is important to emphasize because it underlies the core values of the Pixy Theatre and the people we employ. We understand the responsibilities attendant to stewardship of an historic edifice like the Pixy Theatre/Masonic Lodge and have dedicated ourselves to returning the building to its early-century role as the jewel of the Town of Edinburgh.

 

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Upcoming Events

Jen Chapin
Saturday July 08, 2017 7:00 PM
The Edinburgh Pixy Theatre


Hamilton Creek
Saturday July 22, 2017 7:00 PM
The Edinburgh Pixy Yheatre


Tim Wright (of The Wright Brothers)
Saturday August 26, 2017 7:00 PM
The Edinburgh Pixy Theatre


Kim Robins and 40 Years Late
Saturday September 09, 2017 7:00 PM
The Edinburgh Pixy Theatre


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