Welcome to the Morgan Opera House

The elegant performance space of the Morgan Opera House.

The elegant performance space of the Morgan Opera House.

The intimately-sized Morgan Opera House is a restored Victorian gem featuring an original raked stage with pressed tin proscenium, leaded glass windows, original seating, splendidly crafted woodwork and superb acoustics. Located on the second floor of the Tudor style Aurora Free Library building, the theater is operated by a dedicated group of community volunteers. Performances are selected to appeal to a wide range of audience tastes and are priced with families in mind.
Over one hundred years ago, Louise Morgan Zabriskie funded construction of the Tudor Revival building housing the theatre and the Aurora Free Library to serve as a community focal point.

A new look is coming! The Morgan Opera House plans to launch a redesigned web site later this spring which will feature exciting events and performances planned for the summer and fall. Until then, to stay current on the latest developments, ‘like’ us on Facebook. Also, we have retired the full season brochure and will mail postcard announcements for up-coming performances and events. Anyone wishing to receive email reminders should send us a message at morganopera@yahoo.com
to join our growing list of loyal audience members, supporters and fans.

Jul
7
Fri
2017
8:00 pm On the Road to Adventure
On the Road to Adventure
Jul 7 @ 8:00 pm
On the Road to Adventure
Starring Aurora born Leslie Goddard and her husband David Baum along with friends Brooke and Joshua Steele, this show will take you on a musical trip with songs that evoke the lure of the open road. Head out for adventure
Jul
19
Wed
2017
6:30 pm The Jamie Notarthomas Experience
The Jamie Notarthomas Experience
Jul 19 @ 6:30 pm
The Jamie Notarthomas Experience @ Aurora Village Park (behind the Aurora Inn)
A gifted songwriter, Jamie combines thoughtful, provocative and sometimes humorous lyrics with a soulful, broad vocal range to reach the minds and hearts of his audience. Jamie has shared the stage with many greats including Bob Dylan, The Replacements, Melissa