About The Grand Theatre
Known as the “Grand Lady of Williamstown,” the Grand Theatre has a distinguished history that stretches all the way back to the days of vaudeville. Built in 1924, this understated art deco gem hosted live acts, then silent pictures and finally "talkies — first in black and white and then in glorious Technicolor. After a period of decline in the latter half of the last century, the venue was reinvented as a performing arts space, with The Road Company, an acclaimed professional theater, in permanent residence. Completely rebuilt after a destructive blizzard, the Grand reopened in 2013 — its celebrated charm (and reputed ghosts) unscathed.