VOH is part of a grand tradition of Opera Houses that served as cultural centers and performing arts facilities throughout Vermont. Built in 1897 it cost $12,000 and took one year to complete. Adorned with the same beautifully painted mainstage curtain you see today, it welcomed many famous people including President Taft and Tiny Tim. It hosted political rallies and debates, weddings, school graduations, town meetings, and scores of musical and theatrical performances.
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