Marion Palace Theatre

Gift Shop

Gift Shop

The Palace Theatre box office has a number of items for sale. Visitors may purchase Palace post cards, mouse pads, logo wear, and commemorative marquee bulb ornaments. Additional items for sale include the History Press book, A Theatre History of Marion Ohio: John Eberson’s Palace and Beyond by author Scott L. Hoffman and P. Buckley Moss prints of “Theatre of the Arts,” which features the Marion Palace Theatre’s production of The Wizard of Oz.

Availability, sizing, and pricing for Logo Wear varies.
Please contact the Box Office for full details and to order Logo Wear.
All other items may be purchased below or by contacting the
Palace Theatre Box Office
276 West Center Street
Downtown Marion, OH 43302
Phone: (740) 383-2101
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9a-5p

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE MARION PALACE THEATRE

Online Gift Shop

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    P Buckley Moss "Theater of the Arts" 1998 artist proof IS: 9 x 10-15/16 ins. PS: 11 x 12-15/16 ins. Signed & numbered by the artist.
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    One of the last remaining atmospheric theatres in the nation, elegant Marion Palace Theatre holds a storied history behind its curtains. From the “Wigwam,” the Grand Opera House and Germania Park Pavilion to nickelodeons, vaudeville houses and movie theatres, performance has been an essential part of Marion’s history, and the Palace is the city’s jewel. Designed by renowned theatre architect John Eberson, the Palace opened its doors in 1928 to packed audiences of over three thousand patrons. Author Scott L. Hoffman delves into the life and work of John Eberson and the forgotten stories of the Palace that include a police gambling raid, the construction of the theatre and the stars who performed for dazzled audiences there. Paperback 176 pages.
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    Since 1928, the Palace Theatre’s iconic marquee has lit up to welcome performers to the stage and patrons to the seats. The original 50’ high P-A-L-A-C-E blade once held 375 bulbs while the marquee canopy held 560 smaller bulbs. These bulbs were removed from the historic theatre’s facade in 2013. This was in preparation for the $1.8 million renovation to reconstruct, restore and relight the renowned grand entrance, which was successfully completed April 2016. A limited supply of bulbs have been transformed by Palace volunteers into unique Christmas ornaments. No two ornaments are the same!
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