Film festival turns Mineral Point Opera House into a movie house

About a decade ago, filmmaker Terry Green came to Mineral Point to show his film “No God, No Master” at the Driftless Film Festival. He had already seen his movie dozens of times by then, so while it played for the audience at the Mineral Point Opera House, he walked around town. And he got an idea. Not for another movie. But for a place to live.
Capital Times, Oct 23, 2023

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The handsome Mineral Point Opera House started as a vaudeville and performing arts house and continues to feature live performances.
Wausau Daily Herald, May 18, 2016

Wisconsin gives its old theaters a new look

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, cities and towns around Wisconsin built theaters and opera houses as a way to display their wealth and sophistication. Most of these theaters were razed long ago. However, some cities and towns around the state — ranging from Stoughton to Viroqua to Manitowoc — have preserved and renovated them, offering visitors contemporary performances and feature films against a backdrop of history.
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Nov 23, 2012

Mineral Point Opera House in midst of multimillion-dollar revival

The Mineral Point Opera House’s biggest production started in May. The directors can’t wait for April, when it’ll be over. That’s when the finishing touches of a $2.25 million renovation are scheduled for completion and the doors will reopen on the 386-seat opera house that had its first show in 1915.
Wisconsin State-Journal, Dec 5, 2009