In 1912, George Unger, the same industrialist who helped bring electricity to Boyertown and whose home is now the Boyertown Area Historical Society, teamed up with three other area gentlemen to bring entertainment to Boyertown – building “The Lyric” a beautiful, new theater which played silent movies and hosted special community events. Movies with sound came in 1930 and in 1934, it became the State Theater. After years of ups and downs, fast forward to today, and you’ll discover a theater that has been restored to its original grandeur, playing first run movies on a digital projector with surround sound. See what’s playing when you visit!
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