Main Theatre - Scranton Cultural Center

Scranton, PA
Opened 1930
Seats 1,800

The Neo-Gothic and Romanesque Scranton Masonic Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral was designed by architect Raymond M. Hood. The rectangular plan building is clad in coursed ashlar Indiana limestone supported by a structural steel framework. The temple-cathedral originally included the main auditorium, a grand ballroom, an eight lane bowling alley, a library, a "Ladies Parlor," two formal lodge rooms, a billiard and card parlor, and a smaller theater / lodge hall combination. The facility was later operated and maintained by a non-profit corporation as the Scranton Cultural Center.

It's O.K. to head out for wonderful, but on your way to wonderful you're going to have to pass through all right. And when you get to all right, take a good look around and get used to it because that may be as far as you're going to go. (Bill Withers)