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Offering a unique and positive rental venue for live acts, birthday parties, anniversaries, weddings, memorial services and corporate meetings. Providing an array of tasty treats and libations, featuring a full bar and freshly popped popcorn with real butter topping. The State Theatre hosts all of these and more, making it a true center for community entertainment, education and enrichment. As a non-profit organization, The State Theatre is privately funded through the generous donations of board members, foundations and patrons who want to project The State’s tradition of cultural excellence to future generations. The theater receives no funds from the city, county, state or federal governent, pays property taxes and special assessments. The State has been credited by city leaders as a catalyst for the revitalization of Modesto’s downtown. Ever looking to the future, Boyett is excited by what the future holds for The State Theatre. Plans are being laid for the addition of a second screen, including the latest in digital sound and projection. “This space will make the theater experience even more special,” remarked Boyett. “The State is committed to bringing nothing but the best to the region.” For more information on The State Theatre and its diverse offerings visit www.thestate.org or call 527-4697. See it at The State!

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Progress Magazine March 2019  

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