The historic theater opened in 1922 and now serves as a full-service catering and event center.
Theaters in Indiana are risking going out of business unless they make the switch to digital movies as opposed to film projection in the next few months.
Theaters are being forced to convert to digital projectors or shut down.
This is the first time the long standing Nashville theater has been able to provide movie shows since it reopened after renovation in 2012.
The Tivoli Theater has been undergoing restoration for the past two years.
The asking price for the theater in Washington, Ind., has dropped from $300,000 to $50,000