Everett Theatre

26 E. Main Street,
Everett, PA 15537

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Architects: T.W. Biddle Jr.

Previous Names: Stuckey Theatre

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 814.652.9915
Manager: 814.652.9915

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Everett Theatre

The Stuckey Theatre was opened in 1923. In 1945 it was taken over by a new operator and renamed Everett Theatre which ran until the 1980’s. It has recently been used as a nightclub/dance hall for a joining bar/restaurant. All of the theatre’s equipment down to the last nut and bolt are still intact. This theatre is a beautiful historic icon in the small town of Everett, PA. Slowly the theatre is getting small renovations to return it to its prior majesty. Definitely worth a look around if your ever in that part of town. Renovations continued in June 2022.

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Recent comments (view all 5 comments)

bstrait on December 10, 2015 at 1:13 pm

I cant remember who owns it now if you could please email me who owns the everett theater at thank you

dallasmovietheaters on February 4, 2018 at 6:29 pm

A.J. “Ace” and John J. Stuckey opened the Stuckey Theatre in 1923. The architect was T.W. Biddle Jr of Cumberland, Maryland. The theatre converted to sound and the Stuckey Brothers later sold the theatre after Christmas of 1945 to Theodore Grance.

Grance took the Stuckey Bros. businesses including the Stuckey Theatre, Hotel, Bowling, and Restaurant converting them all to the Everett Theatre, Everett Hotel, Everett Bowling Alleys, and Everett Restaurant.

JRHagan on June 15, 2022 at 6:01 pm

The EVERETT is now UNDER RESTORATION , I have tried to upload new photos and information about upcoming events but keep getting the same message

We’re sorry, but something went wrong.
We’ve been notified about this issue and we’ll take a look at it shortly.

Has any one else had this issue ?

REv on June 24, 2023 at 8:29 am

Reimagine Everett (REv) was formed by charter members Teresa Burd, Chair; Ken Tewell, Asst Chair; Marla Pennebaker, Sec; Cheryl McInroy, Treas; Don Burd and Leah Pepple in August 2018 and the first project was to save the Everett Theatre. It had been shuttered since 2009 (theatre closed in late 80s) and the roof was bad. Water, pigeons and vandals had done a job on the Restaurant/Apartment portion of the property and it was a danger to the public being directly on Main St and adjoining businesses within inches. After many months of trying to contact the owner, Don Burd was able to talk him into giving the property to our non-profit and it was signed over on Sep 23, 2018. Many things fell into place and we were able to pay for demolition of the 2 buildings (Jan -Apr 2019)and repair and put a new roof on the theatre by summer 2019. With the theatre safe from anymore damage, we went to work trying to find grants and fundraising and an architectural firm was chosen and then Covid stopped the world. Grants received and plans for the venue were started and in 2021 the board with new members started looking for matching funds for first phase - our dream of at least seeing the Marquee and facade alive again!

REv on June 24, 2023 at 8:34 am

This week, the Phase I work was started with removal of the marquee and KLA Construction working on stabilizing the deck and beautifying the facade, keeping with the original Art Deco style. Strickler Signs is doing the rehab and neon work of the iconic Everett Marquee - 2023 is the 100th anniversary of the Stuckey/Everett Theatre!

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