The Bohm Theatre

The most spectacular tourist destination of Albion, Michigan is the Bohm Theatre at 201 S. Superior St.  Whether by day or night, this neo-classic theatrical structure is the heart of downtown Albion.

Bohm Theatre photo by contributor Jackie Masternak

Today’s Bohm Theatre has been fully restored thanks to a community fundraising effort and generous contributions from major donors.  The theatre bears a sub-title under its spectacular marquee that reads “Davis Center for Film and Performing Arts.”  See the ribbon cutting of the reopening of the Bohm from 2014.  Visit for official movie times.


Community Gatherings and Music

Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation
Monthly Blues at the Bohm

History of the Bohm Theatre

The Bohm Theatre opened on Christmas Day in 1929. Its elegant style and affordability made it a welcome relief from the impending economic client and winter weather. Movies were enjoyed by the general public including out of town visitors and Albion College students.

See what movies were playing at theatres in 1929.

Ribbon cutting for the reopening of the Bohm Theatre on October 18, 2014 honoring primary benefactors R. Bud and Olivia Davis.