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Waynesboro Theatre

The Historic Venue

The property at 75 West Main Street in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania has been home to silent films and a pipe organ as part of the Arcade Theatre, built in 1916. Demolished and rebuilt around 1966, the theatre was operational until it closed in 2014. Through public and private support, Waynesboro Theatre was extensively renovated and reopened in 2015 as a one-screen, first-run theatre and event venue.

The renovated theatre includes:

  • Affordable pricing
  • Premium seating
  • High-end digital picture
  • High-quality surround sound
  • New, modern exterior

The Highlights

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