About Us

Mission Statement

To preserve and operate the historic Palace Theater as a performing arts center and community gathering place that provides a focal point of cultural activity and educational outreach for diverse audiences.

The Palace Theater's History

Registered as a National Historic treasure, the Palace Theater was opened on January 28, 1922 to great fanfare. The elegant lobbies, crystal chandeliers, gold detailing, along with its Broadway-sized stage, quickly established this theater as the gem of Waterbury and one of the finest theaters in New England, if not the country.

Today, this exquisite complex showcases a performance schedule boasting professional Broadway tours, rock concerts, educational programs, family entertainment and much more.

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The Poli Club

The Poli Club hosts our smaller events as well as dining & drinks during our Broadway Series.

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Media Gallery

View high quality photographs of the Palace Theater.

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Community Work

The Palace Theater is an active partner supporting and promoting the Greater Waterbury community. 

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Board of Directors

Meet the Board of Directors at the Palace Theater.

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Theater Staff

Meet the full team at the Palace Theater.

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Employment

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Palace Theater Volunteers

As a not-for-profit, the Palace Theater provides the best in customer service with the assistance of its enthusiastic, positive, community-minded volunteers. Since reopening, the Palace Theater has developed a Volunteer Program that includes over 100 Palace Guards.

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