The DuPont Theatre is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in the nation. Built in 1913 in only 150 days, the lovely Victorian-style theatre has never had a dark period, even when other theatres of its size closed or were converted to movie houses. Proudly known and recognized as "Delaware's Broadway Experience," the DuPont Theatre has hosted the brightest stars of stage and screen including the likes of Al Jolson, Katherine Hepburn, Marlon Brando, Robert Redford and Whoopi Goldberg among others.

On October 2, 2012 the DuPont Theatre will launch its 100th season of outstanding Broadway entertainment with the exciting production of Elvis Lives. The centennial celebration continues through 2013 with Anything Goes, Shrek the Musical, Flashdance, Dreamgirls, and Memphis.

Additional performances for the 100th season include an evening with legendary start Mitzi Ganyor, comedian Margaret Cho, an on-going children series, and pianist/performer Jim Brickman


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