SEPTEMBER 30th from 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Join The Campus Theatre, Lewisburg Downtown Partnership, and CommUnity Zone as we host the first ever LIVE! FROM LEWISBURG

on Wednesday, September 30th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

at Hufnagle Park.

Enjoy live music by Van Wagner and Runaway Stroller.

Admission is FREE and open to the public!

In order to comply with and adjust to the CDC and PA DoH guidelines, we ask that you respect your fellow neighbors and community members by using the following safe practices while using all public spaces:

  • When SICK, stay HOME

  • Masks Are Required in all Public Spaces

  • Tables will be located at both ends of the park and near the gazebo where you can sanitize your hands and pick up masks if you've forgotten to wear one

  • Practice Social Distancing - maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet from other individuals, not from your household

  • Please notice and USE the social distancing markers in the grass area and within the amphitheater seating

  • Wash hands with soap or use hand sanitizer

  • Disinfect picnic tables with provided sanitizer before and after using

  • Please dispose of any and all sanitizer wipes, gloves, masks, and food refuse in the appropriate, provided trash receptacles

Yes, Pennsylvania is in the Green Phase and YES all of these guidelines STILL APPLY. We can only keep this seating (OR in this case, "these events happening") available to the public IF guidelines are being followed. We are stronger when we come together. Please love thy neighbor. My mask protects you, and your mask protects me. Thank you in advance.

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Rent SLAY THE DRAGON this week in our virtual screening room

and join us online on

Thursday, May 28th at 7:00 pm!


This weeks discussion will be led by Cyndi Peltier of CommUnity Zone in Lewisburg, PA, Mary Zimmerman, Jordi Comas, Carol Kuniholm.




Come ready to share ideas and/or learn something new from the comfort of your home!

Carol Kuniholm is co-founder and chair of Fair Districts PA, a non-partisan, all-volunteer coalition working on redistricting reform in Pennsylvania. In that role she has spoken to audiences from 5 to 950 in over 25 PA counties, encouraging civic engagement and redistricting reform. 

She was  Vice President of Government and Social Policy on the state board of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania from 2014 to 2018. She received a PhD in American literature from the University of Pennsylvania, taught literature and writing at the college level and served for over a decade as Director of Ministry to Youth and their Families at the Church of the Good Samaritan in Paoli. She and her husband Whitney live in Exton PA.

Mary Zimmerman is a retired from teaching history at Northern Virginia Community College from which I received numerous teaching awards. I have been active in the League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area and was president during the period of the League lawsuit. 

Cindy Peltier is committed to serving her community through collaboration, meeting the needs of others with enthusiasm, creativity, and perseverance, and she is guided by the principles of peace and compassion.


Building on her work over the past 25 years with private nonprofit organizations, her goal is to enhance public/private partnerships to strategically and measurably improve the lives of the underserved and under-resourced in the Central Susquehanna Valley.

Jordi Comas was one of "the 18,"  the petitioners in LOWV v PA, the landmark PA Supreme court case that struck down the 2011 congressional map as unconstitutional.  He represented Democratic voters in the old 10th congressional district as the case was a class-action lawsuit. He is a member of Fair Districts PA, the Lewisburg LWV, an elected member of the Lewisburg Borough Council, and is active in many community and political efforts.  Hailing from Tennessee, he has lived along the Susuehanna since 2019.  Fun fact: he is named for St. Jordi, the dragon-slaying figure.

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Rent The Booksellers this week in our virtual screening room

and join in on the discussion this

Thursday, May 7th at 7:00 pm!


The discussion will be led by Sarajane Snyder of Mondragon Books in Lewisburg, PA, Author and Bucknell University Professor, Joseph Scapellato, Linda Roller of Liberty Book Shop, and Rob Sieczkiewicz of Susquehanna University.




Come ready to share ideas and/or learn something new from the comfort of your home!

Sarajane Snyder is the owner of Mondragon Bookstore in Lewisburg PA, a community-supported used bookstore started in 2009 by Charles Sackrey. 

Joseph Scapellato is the author of the novel, The Made-Up Man, and the story collection, Big Lonesome, and teaches in the English Department at Bucknell University.

Linda Roller has been a bookseller for over 35 years, and owns the Liberty Book Shop (and AirBnB) in Avis, PA

Rob Sieczkiewicz is the interim director of the Blough-Weis Library at Susquehanna University.


If you have any questions, please send us an email at info@campustheatre.org

An Evening With George Winston


Due to COVID-19 this show has been reschedule for Wednesday, November 11th at 7:00 PM. For those of you holding tickets, they will be honored on the new date.

If you cannot attend on the new date we will gladly refund the full purchase price of your ticket. We ask that you kindly consider donating your refund to assist our historic non-profit theatre stay afloat during this unprecedented time.

Please check our website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts for updates. If you have any questions, please email us at info@campustheatre.org.

Thank you for your support, be safe and be well!

The Campus Theatre Staff

An Evening with celebrated solo pianist George Winston comes to

The Campus Theatre on Wednesday, November 11 at 7:00 PM

Doors open at 6:00 PM

Price: $40 - $45


George Winston is undeniably a household name. He’s inspired fans and musicians alike with his singular solo acoustic piano songs for more than 40 years while selling 15 million albums. A tireless road warrior playing nearly 100 concerts annually, live performance for Winston is akin to breathing. Winston’s music is evocative, offering us all a chance to take a step back from our perpetually busy lives and let our minds adventurously wander. Restless Wind is a portrayal of Winston’s place in a chaotic world – his compositions extend solace with an idiosyncratic grace.

George Winston’s classic albums, Autumn and December, are perennial favorites, along with Winter into Spring, Summer, 2017’s Spring Carousel – A Cancer Research Benefit, as well as two volumes of the compositions of Vince Guaraldi, two volumes of benefit albums for the Gulf Coast disasters, and six other solo piano albums. He just released his 15th solo piano album, Restless Wind, via Dancing Cat Records/RCA Records. The album is available now at GeorgeWinston.com.


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The Knox Mine Disaster Documentary screening on

Saturday March 28th, 2020 at 1:00pm

with live music by Lex Romane

and Q&A with

Director David Brocca and Producer Albert Brocca. 

Runtime: 1hr 35 minutes.

$12 Pre-sale, $14 day of show.


About the Film:
One cold morning on January 22, 1959 the belly of the Susquehanna River broke into the Knox mine, trapping 81 men underground. The cave-in causes a giant, 150ft whirlpool to form in the ice laden river above, flooding the mines below. With all known exits cut off miners scramble to find an alternative route out and escape a cold, dark, death. On the surface rescue teams unsuccessfully attempt to plug the breach by launching train cars into the massive swirling vortex, only to witness them swallowed into the mines below.
In the wake of this tragic spectacle, the obvious question became: How could this have happened?
The drama continues through the subsequent hearings as investigators try to place blame and responsibility while a community struggles to rebuild its regional economy that the flooded mines destroyed. 
Knox Mine Disaster examines the coal mining tragedy that occurred in the anthracite region of northeastern Pennsylvania and sheds light into the life of the hard coal miner. This film showcases survival through adversity -- the hope, faith, and courage needed to fight your way out of a dreadful situation.

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