When you read, don’t just consider what the author thinks, consider what you think.”
— Dead Poets Society


47 w. main street

The Everett Theatre has become one of Middletown's most treasured and recognizable features, having played a part in the town's cultural and historical development throughout the last eighty-five years. The theatre has been the venue for various events through the years; including community theatre groups, orchestra performances, battling bands, dance exhibitions, weekly movies, and talent shows. In 1989, the Everett made it's jump onto the silverscreen as the location for the school production of "A Midsummer's Night Dream" in the film "The Dead Poets Society." The theatre, originally called the Masonic Hall and Opera House, first opened it's doors in 1863.

Today, the Everett is proud to offer wide array of musicals, plays, comedians, movies, educational opportunities, and summer camps. Come see what we have to offer, enjoy a box of popcorn, and enjoy yourself.


47 W. Main street

Owned and operated by The Everett, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation,
the Gibby Center is designed to serve the visual arts needs of our multi-cultural community. The Center opened in the fall of 2006 and offered its first session of art classes. Art exhibits were added in the fall of 2007 when the gallery in the front of the building was completed.

The Gibby strives to engage people in our community in creating, appreciating and supporting the visual arts.