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The Alabama theatre is a destination for cinephiles, thespians, and anyone who appreciates art deco architecture. The Alabama has a summer and holiday series of classic movies, shown in rare form these days on the big screen. Think, "Casablanca" for Valentine's, "Singing' In the Rain,"...More
I’m a local and I love this place. The interior decor is a classic example of early 20 th century architecture. Try to go when they play the Wurlitzer organ. In the summer they run classic movies on weekends. The opera used be here. I...More
The Alabama is a pleasant "retro" venue for old movies and plays. Take the time to visit and remember what it was like to go there when elegance was important. The giant organ recital is not to be missed when played for sing-alongs and preludes.
First off, go for the balcony, if you want the sound, experience, and price (that will not shred your pocketbook). For years, I have opted for the Balcony, Row Q (Center Aisle); 9 times of 10 there are seats available here (in "my" spot) long...More
A friend and I recently saw The Sound of Music at the Alabama Theatre. The building is beautiful, the organist was great, and there were even adult beverages available during intermission. We had a wonderful time. My only regret is that I won't be in...More
First, the theater is beautiful. The details, the architecture, the lighting, all combine to make a visual feast. Take the time to wander and see the details.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating.
The theater organ, “Big Bertha” is a gem all to itself....More
My sister and nieces went to the sing-a-long showing of the movie Grease. It was an absolute blast! Everyone was dressed up in their 50's attire and it was so much fun! I'm already looking at their schedule to see what other events I can...More