To make a donation via credit or debit card on Paypal (you don't need a Paypal account to use this):

Or you can also mail a check payable to the Grand Theater, to the theater at, 121 South 4th Street, Steubenville Ohio, 43952

Events

2015

Hometown Celebration Open House 11 to 4 in the lobby on June 20th.

Grand Theater Wurlitzer Restoration - ongoing, contact Scott to get involved.  You can sponsor the restoration of a pipe for $80, sponsor 1 or many and get your name inscribed on the organ once it's complete!

     

Volunteer Restoration of the Wurlitzer is being directed by Joe Humpe Master Organ Builder

Volunteers include the following:

Bill Sweeney

Jeffrey Wargo

Tom Dear

Linda Hilty

Scott Dressel

Jim Coffman

Derek Martin

Shawn Dougherty & Son

Jonathan Langham

 

Donors to the organ restoration include:

Kevin Friend and Tracy Friend Carpenter, who donated the Wurlitzer back to the theater in memory of their Father and Mother who saved the organ from ruination:

Elmer & Audrey Friend

Joe Donahue

Francesca Carinci

The Dikec Family

Jan Glaub Rainbolt

William and Barbara Sweeney

Margaret Archangel

Malvin Lilly


The Grand Theater owns itself, no person owns the Grand. 

A non-profit corporation was formed that holds the deed, the non-profit is run by a board of volunteer directors, we have no paid staff so 100% of all donations go directly to the restoration.

The Grand Theater Restoration Project is run entirely by volunteers.   These volunteers are committed to creating a better future for everyone in Steubenville and the surrounding area as well as bringing the performing arts back to Historic Downtown Steubenville.  Everyone is welcome to join and become a "Friend of the Grand" and get involved in the project. 

Updates and events are posted on our Facebook page, Grand Theater for the Performing Arts Steubenville Ohio, become a fan to see updates as they happen and share your Grand Memories.

Our mission is to save, restore and promote historic downtown Steubenville so that we can all enjoy it's 200+ years of history. From its starting point at Historic Fort Steuben along the Ohio River, to the Mansions on North Fourth Street, shopping its historic storefronts downtown and dancing in the Grand Ballroom at the Fort Steuben Hotel (now apartments). Steubenville has an amazingly rich and diverse history. Everyone living in Steubenville or has ever lived or visited here should enjoy what we have today, and save it for our children to enjoy and have memories of as well.

Site last Updated June 25, 2015