The Cutter Theatre is an architecturally stunning historic building located in Metaline Falls, Washington. Built in 1912 as a school for the flourishing town, it was saved from demolition and fully restored in the 1990s as a non-profit visual and performing arts center.
Today, it serves as a theatre, library, event venue, community center, small business incubator, art gallery, museum and meeting space. The Cutter Theatre is far more than just a building, it is a welcoming, inclusive, respectful community enriching lives through arts and culture.
Listed on the County, State and National Historic Registers, The Cutter Theatre takes you back to a time of great optimism for the region and its successive reinventions. Walk yourself through history with a self-guided tour of the mining, railroad, logging and rural schools exhibits. Or, call to arrange for a costumed docent to walk you through the building and its stories.
The Cutter Theatre is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities.
Photos courtesy of The Cutter Theatre.