The Broadway Theatre of Pitman

About The Broadway Theatre of Pitman:

The Broadway Theatre of Pitman opened as a movie and vaudeville theater in 1926, complete with 1,090 seats, a balcony and eight boxes. The theater was built by Philadelphia firm Eberhand, Magaziner, and Harris in a French Revival motif. Although there have been updates and renovations over the years, much of the theatre’s original details remain intact, including decorative elements. The theater also features a small orchestra pit, four private dressing rooms, a common room, two bathrooms, and a pipe organ blower room. The theater continues to operate to this day, offering exciting and engaging productions written for a diverse audience, and allowing professional and aspiring actors to learn, explore, grow and produce together. Through various outreach and educational programs, The Broadway Theatre of Pitman has become a performing arts beacon in Southern New Jersey.

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