Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: Closed (unless an event is scheduled)

Note: Doors open 45 minutes prior to start of performance.
Upcoming Events
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Welcome
To purchase tickets for any Smyrna Opera House program (even those not currently displayed here), please click on the "Purchase Tickets" link here or under any Events listing. The link will take you to our
online store which includes tickets for our entire season.
Please note that tickets purchased online are not mailed, but are held for pickup at the Smyrna Opera House Box Office.

The Smyrna Opera House offers an eclectic mix of musical acts, theatre productions and comedy events every year from September to June.

Thank you for stopping by!


Become a Member!

Become a member of the Smyrna Opera House!
Membership, both individual ($20) and household ($50 - 3+ people living in same home) provides advance notice of scheduled events as well as $2.00 off the price of any ticket (some restrictions apply). Members also get invited to the member/guild appreciation night that is held each fall. Become a member and help support the Smyrna Opera House!

[Click here or on the Tower to join!]

Patrons Pathway
Order YOUR Commemorative Bricks Now For the SOH Patrons Pathway

Patrons and friends of the Smyrna Opera House are invited to purchase an engravable paver brick for the walkway leading to the entrance of the SOH. These bricks may be engraved with commemorative messages, family names, or memorial tributes. For a gift of $100, a donor may request up to three lines with up to 16 letters and/or spaces per line. After being engraved, the bricks will be permanently installed in the Patrons Pathway for present and future visitors to the SOH to admire. Please click on the brick to purchase your brick today!

Our Next Event
Wednesday, September 24th
Songwriters in the Round
The Smyrna Opera House Presents “Songwriters in the Round”. Sol Knopf, Jim Rezae, Paul Donovan, and Justin McNatt come to the stage! Enjoy Bistro style seating and local Delaware beer, wine & spirts from local breweries and distilleries.

Wednesday, Sep 24 - 7:00 p.m. - $10.00
Coming soon...
Sunday, September 28th
Classical Piano Series
Part 1 of the "Three-Part Classical Piano Series”.
The Smyrna Opera House has partnered with University of Delaware Music Education Professor Delbeau. Students Robert Steinfeld, Kristen Akers, Tongtong Shan, AJ Baal, and Natasha Stollmack will perform classical-era arrangements for piano. The September performance is sponsored by Elizabeth Carrow in memory of B. Stimson Carrow.



Sunday, Sep 28 - 2:00 p.m. - Adult $16.00
Sunday, Sep 28 - 2:00 p.m. - Student $5.00
All 3 of the Series, Sunday, Sep 28, Oct 26 & Nov 23 - 2:00 p.m. - $40.00
Friday, October 3rd
"Wild Ponies
The dead right, honest songwriting of Doug and Telisha Williams blended with a kick-ass band. Touring in support of their brand new release on Ditch Dog Records, “Things That Used To Shine”, Wild Ponies - Doug, Telisha and drummer Jake Winebrenner - bring energy and charisma along as they perform brilliant new songs as well as some of the old Doug & Telisha favorites. Written during a busy year on the road, “Things That Used To Shine” is an album about leaving some things behind ... and meeting others head-on. Released by the newly formed independent label, DitchDog Records, the album finds Telisha opening up about the skeletons that have haunted her closet for years. Grammy-winning producer Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams) recorded the 12 songs in three days, running the band’s harmonies through the same pre-amps once used by the Beatles. “It’s a terrific, raw, robust sound these guys have going on” said Kim Ruelhl in “No Depression”. Cash bar.

Friday, Oct 3 - 7:30 - $16.00
Sunday, October 26th
Classical Piano Series
Part 2 of the "Three-Part Classical Piano Series”.
The Smyrna Opera House has partnered with University of Delaware Music Education Professor Delbeau. Students Robert Steinfeld, Kristen Akers, Tongtong Shan, AJ Baal, and Natasha Stollmack will perform classical-era arrangements for piano. The October performance is sponsored by Dan Bloxom in memory of Jo Ann Byrd Bloxom.



Sunday, Oct 26 - 2:00 p.m. - Adult $16.00
Sunday, Oct 26 - 2:00 p.m. - Student $5.00
Delaware Division of the Arts
These programs are made possible, in part, by a grant
from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency
dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware,
in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
National Endownment of the Arts