Built in 1931, the Holland is the nation’s only atmospheric Dutch theater. The building had fallen into disrepair in the 1990s after being converted into a cineplex but was saved from demolition when a local teacher and students took an interest in the structure. Buoyed by community support and government and private grants, the theater completed a multi-million dollar restoration in 2019, shortly before Covid hit and darkened theater stages.

Theater staff are delighted to once again open the doors of the Holland in its original glory — complete with moving windmills, candlelit windows in Dutch-style building facades, and a sky ceiling with twinkling stars and gently moving clouds.

For more on the theater’s history and restoration, click HERE.