State Theatre Center of the Arts

453 Northampton St.
PA 18042

State Theatre Center of the Arts

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The State Theatre Center for the Arts, is a theatre for the performing arts, cinema and art gallery located in historic downtown. It opened in March 1926 as a touring show theatre on the vaudeville circuit. The original architecture incorporated the Beaux Arts Style throughout and was considered to be one of the most modern and beautiful theatres in the east. In 1990, a restoration of the theatre maintained its historic décor and upgraded the production facilities to meet the demands of modern touring companies. Today, the State Theatre presents over 100 live performances per season. Two other major additions include a renovated ballroom, complete with a fully outfitted caterer's kitchen, and an adjoining art gallery.



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