A non-profit, member supported center for the arts in historic Easton, PA, the State Theatre Center the Arts includes a 1,500 seat performance hall featuring national , the Acopian Ballroom and the Brown-Daub Gallery.
The main stage features national tours of Broadway musicals in addition to headline entertainers, music acts, comedians and family shows, while the Brown-Daub Gallery features works by local fine artists in conjunction with the Arts Community of Easton.
Produced by the non-profit State Theatre, the FREDDY© Awards program honors outstanding achievement in local high school theater. The State Theatre is also the only theatre in the country to produce a live television show as part of the program, for which it has received 2 EMMY Awards. The FREDDYs are also the subject of a feature length documentary film, Most Valuable Players, which is an OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) Documentary Club Selection. The program serves around 3,000 students every year and since 2003 has awarded $232,000 in college scholarships and internships.
For more information on the State Theatre and FREDDY Awards visit www.statetheatre.org.