Is it true that the theatre is a non-profit?
Absolutly! The theatre is registered as a 501c3 in the state of Alabama under the name Community Theatre, Inc.
Does the theatre have parking?
The theatre does not have a parking lot. There is parking available on both Seminary and Mobile Street as well as the Florence Parking deck that is located one block away from the theatre at the intersection of Tennessee and Pine Streets.
Do you serve alcohol at the theatre?
For those 21 and up, we have a selection of wine and beer available for purchase at one of three bars run by our theatre guild. You will find a main bar on the ground floor and a satellite bar in the balcony foyer that both serve wine and beer. During select events, we also provide a cash bar that serves only beer. We typically carry Singing River Craft Beer as well as Bud Light, Coors Light, and Michelob Ultra. Our wine selection varies based on the season, however we always carry a red and a white wine in both dry and sweet.
I want to audition. Where can I find more information?
We regularly post audition information on the website as well as on our social media channels. You can find the direct link to our auditions page HERE.
When are rehearsals held for theatrical productions?
Rehearsals are scheduled by the director of the theatrical production. Questions about rehearsal dates and locations can be posed during auditions.
How do I reach someone if no one is in the box office?
Typically, our box office is open from 11am-3pm Monday-Friday. However, phones are turned over to the theatre managers cell phone after hours. Please be respectful and remember we are located in the central time zone. The box office may be reached by calling 256-764-1700.
Can I rent the theatre?
Yes! The theatre is available to rent for productions and private events. Just give us a call and ask to speak to our manager, Steve Price. He will give you a price and get you a copy of our rental agreement.
How many people can the theatre hold?
The theatre has a maximum occupancy of 716 within the theatre during events.