SIXTH STREET THEATER
HEART OF HISTORIC WALLACE IDAHO
You Are Cordially Invited To
Roberts’ Family and Friends
"Broadway Through the Decades"
212 Sixth Street, Wallace
A concert to help raise money for our family’s mission trip to
New York City in July.
There is no charge for the concert, but donations will be
Sixth Street Building 1925
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In 1983, a dream of having summer
entertainment became a reality when a small
group brought live theater to our community.
Don and Joan Springer, along with Sherrill and
Pat Grounds, were the founders.
Sherrill was the director and manager, and
Pat wrote many scripts that depicted miner's
life around this area. Don and Joan
used their wonderful talent on stage as did
When founded in 1983, the theater
originally began on the lot where the
Northern Pacific Depot Museum now resides.
Efforts to secure the Kelly building were
successful and the theater location changed
in 1984. After several years in the
building, several grants were secured
enabling the remodeling of the downstairs,
changing the storefront, installing a
furnace and painting both inside and out.
Other upgrades in the past five years
included a new furnace and air conditioning
system, new theater seats, and remodeled
dressing rooms for the actors located
upstairs at the theater.
The building has a very colorful past and is
the only wood building that remained in the
present day downtown that wasn't destroyed
by a fire in the 1890's.
Check out the
details of our 2013-2014 season.
Reserve your seat today! Come attend
a show while visiting Historic
Wallace, Idaho! Comedy, drama, music
and fun await you!
Sixth Street Theater
212 Sixth Street