The Baker Theatre opened in October of 1920 as both a silent movie house and a Vaudeville theatre. Through many years and two renovations, the theatre provided quality entertainment to thousands of area residents and visitors. Sadly, in March of 1984 the theatre closed its doors. They remained closed until The Lockhart Community Theatre purchased and began renovating the building in 1997. Since reopening in March of 1998 the Baker Theatre stage has again featured high-quality entertainment. In 2008 the Lockhart Community Theatre and the Gaslight Theatre merged, forming the Gaslight-Baker Theatre, which currently produces seven stage plays each year along with additional special productions, such as musicals and children's programs. To learn more or see what is currently scheduled, please visit the Gaslight-Baker Theatre's website.
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