What was once the first Fire Department in Grand Forks North Dakota is now a theater. It was built in 1905 and acted as headquarters when the second fire department was built and occupied in 1908. The fire department was then bought by the Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre in 1982 and produced its first show Dracula in 1983 after some remodeling. The theater is rumored to be haunted.
some travel websites like TripAdvisor a lot of people say that the Fire Hall Theater gives you an intimate experience.3 With the stage and the first row of
seats maybe being four feet apart. Most on this website gave it a five-star
review, said the performances were good, and that it is meant for everyone.
Sometime the actors will walk through the crowd too. The theater sits 108
people. They put on 7 to 8 plays and musicals a season, along with other
activities like the theater workshops, helping 2nd act singers, and
helping an elderly musical theater group, 65 and older, who perform at
is a tale that a ghost might haunt the Fire hall Theater. Many people have
heard footsteps upstairs with no one else in the theater. The people there will
sometimes see shadows on the other side of the theater when no one else is
there. Some think it may be one of the firemen that haunts the building. The
ghost doesn’t seem violent and is actually very helpful when props go missing.4