Originally constructed in 1923 as a vaudeville theater known as The Lotus, what is now the WYO Theater has been hosting family-friendly productions since the Warren G. Harding administration. Translation: the WYO is a classic.
Wyoming's “Wonder Picture Palace” has been an Art Deco shrine (the iconic marquee was added in the early 1930s), a “Western Theater for Western People” back when dude ranching was all the rage, and a post-modern picture palace – just to mention a few of its identities. Today the WYO is home to original Sheridan theater productions, international plays and musical events, and more.
There's a good chance there's something on at the WYO during your visit to Sheridan – like my personal favorite from 2014, The Monster Who Ate My Peas.