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The Peoples Bank Theatre has been a fixture of Marietta and the MOV for 100 years.
And we have big plans for the next 100 years. It’s the next 100 DAYS that are tricky.

We have set a goal of $100,000 for our live streaming campaign to keep the theatre operational in these troubled times.

As part of our PBT community, please consider any size donation to allow us to weather the storm and re-open our doors so we can all enjoy an evening or afternoon at the PBT once again.

Thank you for supporting PBT with a tax-deductible donation!

Thank you to our event sponsors








Big Thanks To Our Virtual Series Event Sponsor! To become an event sponsor, contact Hunt Brawley, Executive Director at 740-706-9023 or email hbrawley@peoplesbanktheatre.com



In memory of T. P. O’Maille M.D.


#100Daysfor100Years Live Streaming Benefit Concert

From the stage of the historic Peoples Bank Theatre!

Saturday, July 18th,  2020 @ 8PM

Watch here: https://www.facebook.com/peoplesbanktheatre/live


Bio for Ohio Valley Opry

The Ohio Valley Opry (OVO) has been charming audiences at the Twin City Opera House in McConnelsville since 2000. Founded by Marvin and Deana Clark, the band puts on a show featuring traditional country, bluegrass, and gospel favorites.

Part of the show’s charm comes from its authenticity. While the performances are perfected, the on-stage interactions come off as unpracticed and genuine. Marvin and Deana’s stage banter and introductions of the guest vocalists sound like conversations between friends, as their warm interaction with the audience has a natural and easy flow.

This approach showcases the sense of community evident not only in this corner of the state, but within the band, as well. Although the band produces a professional show on the stage, they still come across like your neighbors.

Part variety show, part traditional country show, the Ohio Valley Opry pulls from both local, regional, and national talent to fill out their rotating lineup of performers.  While Opry music tends to find its fans in older members of the community, the OVO’s members range in age.

“Honestly, younger performers bring to the table music that the band has to learn and perform that I wouldn’t necessarily choose,” Marvin Clark says. “But it keeps the band evolving. New generations bring in new styles and it makes us better players.”

The Ohio Valley Opry show has enjoyed a lot of regional success, and they have entertained over 100,000 guests in the last 20 years.


Contact Info for the Ohio Valley Opry

Marvin Clark