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Centralia Fox Theatre

Centralia Fox Theatre

Centralia Fox Theatre

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The Historic Centralia Fox Theatre opened her doors on September 5, 1930

General Information

Over the past 3 years the Fox has been host to plays, film events, live music concerts, and community gatherings of all kinds with all proceeds going to the nonprofit organization, Historic Fox Theatre Restorations. HFTR is solely responsible for the restoration of the theatre in partnership with the City of Centralia, the building's owner . Grant money for the restoration has also been received from the City of Centralia's Hotel/Motel Tax Fund and the Valerie Sivinski Fund for Historic Preservation and The City of Centralia's Facade Improvement Grant Program. The Fox Theatre is a contributing property to Downtown Centralia's designation as an Historic District.


As built architectural drawings have been created by Richard Cardwell of Cardwell Architects in Seattle while a comprehensive restoration study has been completed by Roen Associates in Spokane (Roen served as project manager of the 31 million dollar restoration of Spokane's Fox Theatre.) Also, a design of the original marquee and blade sign have been completed by Fernando Duarte of Duarte Design in Sacramento. These plans, study, and design will provide the basis for the restoration drawings. Current projects include the restoration of the storefront at Locust and Tower, The de-installation of the 1958 Marquee, and a complete replacement of the theatre's roof.


The plan for the Fox is to restore the exterior and interior of the building as it was in 1930 when the Fox was built. In addition, the restored art deco theatre will be outfitted with all of the elements of a modern performing arts center including theatrical lighting, state of the art sound and film equipment and an entirely upgraded fly system and stage. This performing arts center will serve as the premiere gathering place in the region complete with the most seats between Portland and Tacoma.

Phone: 360-623-1103

123 N Tower Ave
Centralia, WA
Washington 98532
United States


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