A restored theatre dating back to 1925 that seats approximately 1,400 patrons. The space was named for James Graham Brown, an Indiana native and longtime Louisville resident. Modeled after New York's famous Music Box Theatre, the space boasts a 40' x 40' stage. With the onset of the Great Depression, the Brown was leased to the Fourth Avenue Amusement Company in the 1930s as a movie theater. By 1962 the Brown Theatre was renovated so that it could once again stage live performances.
What makes this business unique? Historic theatre with live stage performances.
- Live Performances