232 S. Broad Street,
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Guthrie Theatre (Official)
Previously operated by: Cinemette
Architects: Charles W. Bates
Built in 1926 as a live theatre but placed a large square white plaster screen on the back of the stage and started to run silent films between shows, from there it grew into a movie house, opening on August 1, 1927 with 870-seats. The seating capacity was later reduced to 376. Located in the heart of a small town, Grove City, PA at the edge of Grove City College. Just your small town theatre that is rapidly disappearing across America, warm, friendly, big screen, big sound, nice price. Following a renovation in 2018, it has reopened with 500+ seats, with 50 rocker seats in the balcony.
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