|Address||42 N Main St|
|Opened||1914 - Present|
The Glove Theatre is a historic theater located at 42 North Main Street in Gloversville, New York, that now houses regional theatrical shows.
It opened in 1914 as an 800-seat theater to present live performances including vaudeville shows, orchestral concerts, and opera. It was designed in 1913 by Linn Kinne of Utica for Cady & Dartch. The marquee was added in 1939.
After the theater's heyday in the 1950s, it presented films, and then closed in the 1970s. In 1995, a plan arose to tear the theater down to become a parking lot, but community action stopped this from happening, and volunteers have run the theater since then.
- Engineering News 9 Oct. 1913: 236.
- The Glove Theatre