Rooted in the Past
The State Theatre opened its doors on December 12, 1912, as the Lyric Theatre. Built by George W. Unger (who owned a knitting mill in town) and associates and designed in art deco style by renowned Philadelphia architect, David Supowitz, the theatre quickly become an anchor in the community as it showed silent movies, orchestra recitals, public meetings, local talent shows, plays, and graduation ceremonies. In the 1930’s as sound was added to movies, the theatre changed its name to “The State,” the marquee out front was added, and the murals inside the theatre were painted by the E. Greco Co. of Philadelphia.
Brought into the Present
In 2016, the State Theatre reopened its doors with a brand-new digital screen and sound under the guidance of the State Theatre Preservation Society, a group of community members dedicated to preserving this wonderful theatre and making it an anchor in the community yet again!
We are dedicated to keeping the prices of our tickets and concessions affordable for our community.
Yummy popcorn, candy treats, and other food at great prices. We want you to have all your favorites while you watch a movie or show.
With our recent upgrade to digital, the Boyertown State Theatre sounds and looks better than ever. Come and see!
With comfortable seating and that small-town theater feel, the State Theatre of Boyertown is a great place to see movies and live shows.