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The History


Opened in 1921, closed for 40 years... then a total renovation in 1999.


Friends of the Rylander Theatre

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Sumter Players

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Moller Organ

The 1928 restored Moller theater pipe organ. It is one of only two theater pipe organs in Georgia theaters.

OrganOur beloved "Mini-Mo" organ is under the exceptional care of the organ technicians at A.E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company at this time. We look forward to hosting organ concerts again soon once this historic instrument is operational. 

The Frank Sheffield Memorial Organ; a 1928 restored Moller theater pipe organ. It is one of only three theater pipe organs in Georgia theaters and was a gift from a private individual organ lover.

The late Fred Boska (Left) and John McCall, former House Organists, at the 1928 Moller.


Shall We Dance

Rylander's Moller 1928 Organ - Shall We Dance

March of the Siamiese Children

Moller 1928 Organ - March of the Siamiese Children

Rise and Shine

Moller 1928 Organ - Rise and Shine

Organ Tech Info

The Frank Sheffield Memorial Theatre Organ

Moller Opus#5351

3 Manual Stop Key Moller Theatre Style Console

Manual compass CC-C 61 Notes

Pedal compass CCC-G 32 Notes

Moller Unit Actions

Built in 1928

Restored and installed in The Rylander Theatre in 1999

Inaugural concert on October 30, 1999

Specifications updated on April 4, 2000