The magnificent Ellen Eccles Theatre was built by the Thatcher family and opened in 1923 as the Capitol Theatre. It eventually fell into disrepair, but after a restoration by the community, it reopened in 1993 as the Ellen Eccles Theatre. It is owned by the City of Logan and operated by the Cache Valley Center for the Arts.
Since its restoration, the Ellen Eccles Theatre has become the center of artistic activity in Cache Valley. From September to May, the Cache Valley Center for the Arts presents many premiere artists and touring Broadway productions, bringing cultural enrichment and a diverse selection of performances to the community. Throughout the summer, Utah Festival Opera offers world-famous operas and other musical masterworks in repertory.
Other local arts organizations offer performances at various times throughout the year including Cache Valley Civic Ballet, Cache Regional Theatre Company, Valley Dance Ensemble, and others.
View the website for current performances.