Chuck E. Cheese's is a family entertainment center located on 550 Crumbs Avenue in Erie, Pennsylvania. This location has the Studio C Alpha stage.
This location's roots go back to August 13, 1980, when it first opened as a Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theatre. Like most PTTs, this location had the all-too-familiar Balcony stage and Pizza Time Players shows.
In 1987, the Balcony Stage was replaced with the Rocker Stage, then in 1992, as part of the nationwide "Concept Unification" process (which was set in motion to convert all Showbiz restaurants in America to Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants), the Erie Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theatre was converted into a Chuck E. Cheese's and the Rocker stage was changed into the 1-Stage.
The 1-Stage animatronics were in rather poor condition towards the end of its life with the spotlights not working and the cosmetics looking worn out. In January 1999, the Erie Chuck E. Cheese's replaced their CU 1-stage with the Studio C Alpha stage.