Omak & Mirage Theaters

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Ticket Prices are as follows: Adults $9.00 - Children 11 years and under $6.50

Discount Matinee: Adults $6.50 - Children 11 years and under $6.50

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No child under 4 years of age will be admitted to any movie unless it is rated G


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Film Festival Movies

15th Annual Omak Film Festival
Thursday, February 22 – Thursday March 15 2018
Sponsored by Wenatchee Valley College - Omak Campus
View movies at the Mirage Theater in Downtown Omak
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Kicking off the 15th Annual Omak Film Festival, Nicole Leese performs "This Is Me" - nominated for Best Song Oscar, from The Greatest Showman

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MO
R - 1 hour 55 minutes
Starring Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, & Sam Rockwell
February 22 - 24

Lady Bird
R - 1 hour 34 minutes
Starring Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, & Tracy Letts
Director - Greta Gerwig
February 25 - 28

Phantom Thread
R - 2 hours 10 minutes
Starring Vicky Krieps, Daniel Day-Lewis, & Lesley Manville
Director - Paul Thomas Anderson
March 1 - 3

The Post
PG-13 - 1 hour 56 minutes
Starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, & Sarah Paulson
Director - Steven Spielberg
March 2 - 8

Darkest Hour
PG-13 - 2 hours 5 minutes
Starring Gary Oldman, Lily James, & Kristin Scott Thomas
March 4 - 7

I, Tonya
R - 2 hours
Starring Margot Robbie, Allison Janney & Sebastian Stan
March 8 - 10

The Shape of Water
R - 2 hours 3 minutes
Starring Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer, & Michael Shannon
Director - Guillermo del Toro
March 11 - 15






















The Omak and Mirage Theaters are both located in Omak, WA on Main Street

Omak Theater - 108 N. Main

Mirage Theater - 101 S. Main





















Contact Us

Omak, WA 98841

Omak & Mirage Theaters: 509 826 0860





















Coming Attractions

A Wrinkle in Time
Release 03-09-2018

Tomb Raider
Release 03-16-2018

Ready Player One
Release 03-29-2018

Release 04-20-2018

Avengers: Infinity War
Release 05-04-2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story
Release 05-25-2018

Incredibles 2
Release 05-25-2018

Ant-Man and the Wasp
Release 07-06-2018

Mamma Mia 2
Release 07-06-2018

Mission Impossible 6: Fallout
Release 07-28-2018




















































Early On

Originally planned to be called the Magnolia, the Gem Theatre opened in Omak on June 14, 1928. The 475 auditorium seats were built to order by the American Seating Company of Chicago, shipped from Grand Rapids Michigan and arrived in the "remarkable time" of 10 days via the Great Northern Railroad.


On December 6th 1929 curtains, fixtures and equipment were ravaged during an afternoon fire of unknown origins. Damaging only the interior, the blaze caused no injuries, as the theater was empty at the time.

As had been promised, the rebuilt and redecorated Gem announced its scheduled re-opening for business. Closed for slightly less than a month after the fire, it boasted upgrades such as loge seats and improved sound. New policy: "talking pictures exclusively"

The Gem's lobby ready to welcome patrons (photo courtesy of Ladd Studio collection at Okanogan County Historical Society). Although undated, it's likely from the January 1930 grand re-opening after the December 1929 fire.

A new diesel generator will make the theater self-sufficient.

The first Omak-built airplane was mounted on the Gem's roof as part of the promotion for "The Flying Fool" starring William Boyd (better known as Hopalong Cassidy) shown in 1929. The Okanogan County Historical Society's article in its Heritage quarterly drew reader memories to solve the photograph's mystery. Former resident Roger Stuart Smith recalls the name change to "Omak Theater" sometime between 1938-40.

More Recently

New owners Larry and Mary Lassila decided on "Omak Cinema" when they bought it April 1, 1976

In 2004 they opened the tri-screen Mirage Theater in the former Brownie's building at 101 South Main to join the (re-christened) Omak Theater that remains a single auditorium at 108 North Main.