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The Schwartz Center for the Arts was originally constructed in 1904 and known as The Dover Opera House. George M. Schwartz expanded it into a movie theater in 1923 and tabbed it The Capital Theater. The beautiful $8.5 million facility reopened in October, 2001, dubbed the Schwartz Center for the Arts. Please call for hours.
Set in Italy, this version tells the beloved tale of Pinocchio, a boy-sized puppet built by the caring puppet maker, Geppetto. Knowing of his longing… View Details
The 12th season is concluded with Linwood Peel's tribute to The "Marvelous" Marvelettes and Drifters, two of the most influential artists in… View Details
Community based choral-orchestral masterworks return the Schwartz Center stage with the Delaware Choral Society's presentation of Mozart's Requiem. In… View Details