Glen Theatre

37 Manchester Street,
Glen Rock, PA 17327

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Styles: Colonial Revival

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Glen Theatre

The Glen Theatre opened in 1913. It was one of those wonderfully understated places for a family to go to on a Friday or Saturday evening. A little worn around the edges, but the Glen Theatre still has a very beautiful procenium arch around the screen and old box seats on the sides. The Glen Theatre was open mostly on the weekends. It was closed in January 2017, unable to fund the installation of digital projectors.

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muviebuf on November 28, 2004 at 10:07 pm

The Glen Theatre actually has a small stream flowing under the building which aids in heating and cooling.

mark edmunds
mark edmunds on March 12, 2008 at 1:53 pm

I lived in Glen Rock for a few years (1990) and found the theater by accident, nice little place I watched “Dark Man” tickets were like $4.00. My understanding was that the folks who owned the cinema in Hanover also owned the Glen? Spoke with the owner awhile back and they are open on week-ends and no the theater is not for sale. If you are exploring in the area check out the recently re-opened Dallastown theater.

muviebuf on June 13, 2017 at 4:23 pm

Time to mark this one “Closed”.

The Glen Theatre in Glen Rock PA has not made the conversion to digital cinema. As such the Glen has only been open periodically during the past two years as it struggled to procure whatever 35MM prints of general exhibition titles were still available.

The Glen has not been open since early January 2017 when it managed to snag a 35MM print of “Sing”.

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