Picture of the original stage and boxes. The restoration has been magnificent and my phone picture just doesn't capture it...
900 seats but back in the day the Chinese were not allowed to sit with the white folks so they had to enter the theatre from the back door and their seating was at the very top of the balcony
The copper elk was visible for blocks in every direction and served as a landmark. It is made of copper donated by the United Verde Copper Mine in Jerome, Az and sits proudly atop the building once more.
Along with tours there are many events being held here including this
Much talked about upcoming New Years Eve celebration...for more information go here .
It is so wonderful that the Elks Opera House Foundation fought to hold onto this landmark and didn't allow "progress" to replace it or time to destroy it.