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About The Everett Theatre
The Everett Theatre debuted on November 9, 1922, as a replacement to the Middletown Opera House that burned down the year prior. Generations of Middletown area residents enjoyed the special experience of seeing a movie in a distinguished movie house. As televisions and state-of-the-art movie theaters and shopping malls all took away the Everett’s potential audience, it fell on hard times. In 1983, a group of concerned citizens formed the Associated Community Talents, Inc., a nonprofit organization, to purchase the Everett Theatre and restore it. Associated Community Talents, Inc. evolved into The Everett, Inc., a nonprofit organization that operates both the Everett Theatre and The Gibby Center for the Arts. The theatre continues to provide live theatre, musicals, classic and current films with the aide of the community and volunteers that work to ensure the theatre remains a staple in the community.
Did You Know?
In 1989, the movie “Dead Poets Society” was filmed at both St. Andrew School in Middletown and at very own Everett Theatre. A complete film crew appeared on Main Street. What a sight it was with fabricated snow covering the street. The Everett theatre is featured in this film as the Theater which presents “A Midsummer’s Night Dream” and will forever be documented in film history.
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