PHONE: (724) 836-8000
A former movie house constructed in 1926, the Palace Theatre is a three story red brick structure with some art deco characteristics that has been restored for use as a live entertainment venue.
The theater is an integral part of the Greensburg Downtown Historic District, an interesting collection of buildings dating as far back as 1872.
Greensburg is a small city of 15,000 people located southeast of Pittsburgh and is the seat to the largely rural Westmoreland County. The city is also Westmoreland’s business, tourism, cultural and academic center. It’s named after Nathaneal Greene (1742-1786), who served in the Continental Army during the American Revolution (1775-1783).
The Palace Theatre is home to the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and a regional venue for touring national acts. It’s owned and operated by the nonprofit Westmoreland Cultural Trust, which is a leader in the development and enhancement of the cultural life of the Westmoreland County region.
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Free parking is available at a nearby garage during performances. Call the Palace for more information.
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21 West Otterman Street, Greensburg, PA 15601 United States