Indiana Theatre has always been a very beautiful place. Growing up I use to go to the movies there. It is a must see. We just went to see Chonda Pieace a christian comedian 11/24/13.
This place is incredible, If you don't have an event planned there get yourself invited to one that is or move yours. Better than I every remember it. If you have memories from the past or just want to see fantastic venue that has been around for almost 100 years, you have to go. From Laurel and Hardy and vaudeville... More
Just being inside this beautiful place will bring a smile on your face as well as make you feel like you're in the 1940's. The owner a have never changed a thing except for what needed updated. This is a must see!
This is a great place to visit in Terre Haute. It will take you back to the old opra days and you just can feel the building come to life. There is so much beautiful art work to see in this downtown building! This is a must see!
This is a piece of Terre Haute History. Although it can not outshine the newer theaters... it is fun to see what the ceilings look like and imagine it back in its glory days.
As a 6'1" growing college student, I must say this was the must uncomfortable theatre I had ever gone to. I went there for a date, and it was an amazing date location, She had fun at least, but holy cow I wanted to kill myself watching that movie. It was like I was crammed in the small backseats of... More
I grew up going to the Indiana Theatre, & especially for scary movies, campy events (The Rocky Horror Picture Show) & even Russian ballet (The Nutcracker), it cannot be beat! There literally is not a bad seat in the house, due to the wonderful design---it is a trip back into the days when theatres were truly grand & glorious :)
Terre Haute was the saddest place we have ever been too. Business area by the mall was busy with several fast food options available with quick and friendly service. Down town area seems to have had a recent makeover, but most businesses there were closed on Sunday. Housing all around there was sad and run down, looks like a town... More
This old gem is reminiscent of days gone by when a big screen and large auditorium made the admission price worth while to catch a movie before waiting on the TV or video release. Very different experience than the multiplex offerings. Would make a great dinner theater - hoping that it can be restored to it's former glory.
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