ABOUT US, Broad Theater
The Broad Theater opened in 1922 as a single screen movie theater. It was the entertainment hub of the community for generations until its doors were closed in 2004. Kyle Hoff and Charlie Crown bought the vacant building shell in 2018 after a failed restoration attempt by the Broad Entertainment Group. On November 28, 2020 the Broad Theater opened as a state-of-the-art three screen movie theater with over 320 seats. Digital projectors, Dolby 7.1 surround sound, and stadium seating provide a first class movie experience. Customers can watch first-run, classic, and independent films. The lobby is a vibrant gathering hub for the community where patrons can enjoy concessions and the latest from FreeWill Brewing. Gift cards and apparel can be purchased at the concession stand.
General admission tickets are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors over 65, students, and military, and $7 for children under 12.
Public parking lots and on street parking are available. Univest Bank is allowing Broad Theater customers to use its parkings lots after 5:30 pm on weekdays and anytime on Saturday, Sunday, and Federal Holidays.
Our plan includes health and safety measures in accordance with CDC and Pennsylvania guidelines to provide a safe and enjoyable visit to the Broad Theater. The CDC continues to recommend masks and social distancing for unvaccinated people.
Cleaning and Sanitation:
High traffic areas, bathrooms, and door handles are disinfected regularly. Every theater is sprayed with disinfectant between showtimes. Hand sanitizer bottles have been placed throughout the building. We even have germicidal UV lights installed in our HVAC system.
We're located at 24 West Broad Street , Souderton, PA 18964
For information about working at Broad Theater, please click on the Employment link at the bottom of the page, or visit www.broadtheater.com/employment.