State Theatre (State College, Pennsylvania)
|Address||130 West College Avenue
State College, Pennsylvania
|Owner||The State Theatre, Inc.|
|Current use||Community theatre (since 2006)|
|Opened||October 15, 1938|
The State Theatre in State College, Pennsylvania is a non-profit community theatre. It was originally built as a movie theatre for RCA Films in 1938 at a cost of $70,000 (approximately $1,172,790 in today's dollars) and operated as such until March 2001.
After several years of being used for other purposes, the theatre building was extensively refurbished and re-opened in December 2006 as a state-of-the-art venue for theatre, dance, music, film, concerts, and other regional and international performances.