About The Majestic
The Parks and Recreation Department began managing operations of the Majestic Theatre on January 1, 2015. The Department is excited to bring a wide range of artistic productions and arts education programs to Corvallis.
Hiring office staff and the theatre education program assistant is underway. The Parks and Recreation Department has hired a new Majestic Theatre Supervisor, Jimbo Ivy.
Stay tuned as the Theatre is restored to the heart of the community.
Corvallis Parks & Recreation preserves and creates a community heritage by providing places and programs designed to enhance the quality of life.
In August 2013 The Majestic Theatre in Corvallis, Oregon turned 100 years old. The venerable vaudeville house has seen many incarnations over the decades. The organization is enjoying a new surge of energy and output with a new staff, new strategic focus, new model and new programs. All are focused on establishing The Majestic as the flagship cultural space for the performing and contemporary arts in downtown Corvallis, serving the City and surrounding counties.
The Majestic’s historic state-of-the-art theater venue, classrooms and conference spaces are available for daily and weekly rental by performing arts companies, concert promoters, fund raisers, business meeting planners, weddings, and others for a variety of special presentations both public and private.