What's Happening - Area events
In the early part of the 20th century, many called The Playhouse Theatre of Rutland, Vermont one of the finest theatres in America and very few, reportedly, were more artistically designed or appointed. Built in 1912 & 1913 by George T. Chaffee. The Theatre opened on January 16, 1914. The classical style exterior architecture of the building reflected the “City Beautiful” movement of the time, while the interior took on the look of a Victorian opera house.
The theater holds 800 and provides the area with a wide variety of performances such as traveling and local plays, music groups, kids entertainment, comedy acts and much more. Visit the Paramount Theater’s website for a calendar of events and have a night out on the town.