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The historic Roxy Theatre was first opened on May 29, 1941 and was originally owned by Benjamin F. Shearer. It was designed by Bjarne H. Moe, one of the Pacific coast’s foremost theatre architects.

The theatre still displays its original Pioneer Northwest Photographer Asahel Curtis photo mural of Bremerton, The Navy Yard with the White Fleet of 1908. At the time it was one of the largest photo murals ever produced in the Pacific Northwest.

Legends like Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and recently Tony winner Brian Stokes Mitchell have graced our stage. Along with local favorites MXPX frontman Mike Herrera.

The newly renovated theatre is open in a partnership between the Roxy Bremerton foundation, Far Away Entertainment and Sound West Group as a movie theatre, live event and music venue, and community event space.

Roxy in the news...

The Roxy, revitalized: A Vintage Bremerton Moviehouse Comes Back to Life, 2018, Seattle Times

Curtain Comes Up on a Reborn Roxy Theatre, 2018, Kitsap Sun

Now and Then Roxy Theater, 2015, West Sound Magazine

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Roxy Bremerton is a 501(c)(3)
nonprofit arts organization.

Tax ID 81-0977391

Foundation Address:

Post Office Box 1218
Bremerton, WA, 98337

(360) 780-7699

Theatre Address:

270 4th Street
Bremerton, WA 98337

Theatre Office:
(360) 780-ROXY

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