Harmony Hall was originally the Garfield Theater, a neighborhood movie house. In the 70's, it was bought by Tudor Amusements and turned into an adult movie theater. After this, it was briefly a $1 budget movie house. It was closed for about three years before it was bought by the Banks of the Wabash. We spent many hours and much money replacing furnaces, air conditioners, lighting, building a stage, refurbishing seats, painting, etc. Today, Harmony Hall is approximately 150' by 50' with heating, air conditioning, stage lighting, a sound system, and dressing rooms behind the stage, and the seating capacity is about 350.