Huber Opera House

and Civic Center

The Young Citizens of Hicksville present: Meet Morgan Bland

Posted on May 19, 2017

The Young Citizens of Hicksville present: Meet Morgan Bland

The Young Citizens of Hicksville present: Meet Morgan Bland Come in and meet with this amazing and talented young woman.   Morgan will tell us about her journey from playing her violin at the age of seven and to the first chair for the violin at the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Youth Orchestras…and beyond.  She’ll tell us her story and play a few songs for us.  She’ll also take the time to answer any...

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Antwerp Community Band

Posted on May 15, 2017

Antwerp Community Band

We have a musical group ready to welcome Spring,  the Antwerp Community Band will be here Thursday the 18 at 7:30 for their spring concert. Donations accepted.  All proceeds will be donated the the Huber.  May this concert bring warm weather out to be enjoyed. A wonderful night of music and...

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Audition – Suessical the Musical Jr.

Posted on Apr 29, 2017

Audition – Suessical the Musical Jr.

If you are older than six and less that seventeen, this date is for you! Come audition for Suessical the Musical,  we are waiting for you! May 13th, 2017 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Thank you to all that came out to audition please click below. Cast List...

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Malt Shop – Postponed to November

Posted on Mar 8, 2017

Our production of Malt Shop, which was scheduled for April, has been postponed to November 2017.  Stay tuned for more information.  We are excited about this show and know when it hits the stage it will be a wonderful production.

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Huber History – A Humble History

Posted on Feb 22, 2017

Huber History – A Humble History

The Huber Opera House had its humble 1882 beginnings as the two story Mackey’s Brick Hotel. At that time, the building was roughly thirty feet across. Within the decade, the Huber family had purchased the hotel and expanded it about twenty more feet to the west, making a commercial room available for businesses. Traveling salesmen also made use of the hotel as a midtown display area for their...

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