Theatres in Mobile, AL
1.Mobile Convention Center
1 S Water St
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2.Mobile Theatre Guild
14 N Lafayette St
Since 1947, Mobile Theatre Guild has entertaining theatre enthusiasts in the Gulf Coast region. Based in Mobile, Ala., the theatre is a nonprofit community center staging a number of plays/dramas, such as The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; Breaking Legs; I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change; The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and many more. Mobile Theatre Guild is a member of the Mobile Arts Council, Alabama Conference of Theatre and Speech, Southeastern Theatre Conference and American Association of Community Theatres. It has produced a number of award-winning plays performed at both national and international theater festivals, including the Modial Du Theatre in Monaco.
208 Dauphin St
I visited the Crescent from out-of-town and was very impressed by the warm atmosphere, even compared to the independent theaters in my own town. The Crescent is not a large theater but the facility is clean and comfortable and the staff were all extremely friendly and welcoming, including the owner, Max. If you're ever in the Mobile area, take in a show and support this local business. You'll be glad you did.
4.Regal Mobile Stadium 18
1250 Satchel Paige Dr
Screen Count: 18
5.Joe Jefferson Players
11 S Carlen St
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3299 Bel Air Mall
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Awesome audio/visual rental company. They came a setup an OUTDOOR MOVIE for our whole family! Great Prices
7.Carmike Cinema's Wynnsong 16
785 Schillinger Rd S
It is so ice to sit in a theater and listen to the movie you paid to watch. The seats a very comfortable. Only drawback is the inefficient way your served at the concession stand. Plus serving yourself at the soda dispenser sucks.
8.Hollywood Stadium 18
1230 Satchel Paige Dr
Bearing tickets for Shrek 3, myself, my husband, and my daughter disembarked from our vehicle and prepared to enter the theatre...only to be denied by a horrible employee, safely escounced behind the glass of the ticked taking window. She delighted in with-holding us entry, and laughed at my daughter's tears, as she pointed at her and made rude, cruel, and callous comments about her sorrow to her fellow co-worker.\r This was my first experience with this theatre, and will be my last.\r NEVER go here.\r The Cruelty was without measure.
9.Saenger Theatre Box Office
6 S Joachim St
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When Mobile's Saenger Theatre opened on January 19, 1927, it was the sixty-first Saenger theatre of a chain founded by J.H. and A.D. Saenger of New Orleans. There were Saenger Theatres located throughout the South as well as in Cuba and Puerto Rico. Hailed as, "Alabama's Greatest Showplace" and, "the most beautiful playhouse in all of Dixie, " the Mobile Saenger Theatre took a year to construct at a cost of about 500, 000 dollars. Designed by renowned architect, Emile Weil, the Mobile Saenger Theatre featured the following: three-color auditorium lighting, a two-manuel, ten-rank Robert Morton theatre organ, full stage facilities to accommodate large road shows including stage and wardrobe traps, four floors of dressing rooms, musicians' and chorus rooms and 2, 615 seats. Around 1950, the seats on the floor were replaced and re-spaced, reducing the seating capacity to about 2, 200. Seating capacity today is 1, 921. The Saenger Theatre's decoration was described as, "the motif of a French palace of the Renaissance." It was inspired by classical Greek mythology and Mobile's coastal location. Poseidon is cast above the front entrance and the interior plaster ornamentation includes: Dionysus above the proscenium, Maenads encircling the chandelier in the lounge, Pan beneath the organ grilles and various stylized seahorses, shells and fish throughout the theatre. The color scheme of the interior was primarily sea-green with maroon and gold trim. The ceilings featured a variety of trompe l'oeil decoration. The building was designed in a continental style, intended to resemble European opera houses. The theatre's opera boxes that were located beneath the organ grilles were later removed to improve sightlines when the larger Cinemascope movie screen was installed. Other outstanding architectural features of the original building included: the tilted arcade, grand marble staircase, ornate lamps, chandeliers, statuary and door frames, a mezzanine and promenade. There were lavish furnishings in the men's "Stage Room, " and the ladies' "At the Sign of the Lipstick, " lounge which included magnificent draperies and carpets with the name of the theatre woven into the fabric.
785 Schillinger Rd S
Screen Count: 16
4851 Museum Dr
12.Saenger Theatre Box Office
250 Conti St
3691 Airport Blvd
14.Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center
65 Government St
Screen Count: 1
307 N University Blvd
16.Chickasaw Civic Theatre
801 Iroquois St
17.Eastern Shore Premiere Cinema
30500 State Highway 181
Awesome seating, kept clean, friendly staff. Great arcade room too!
18.Entertainment Management Services
506 Lake Shore Dr
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Great Job. Really enjoyed the service. My daugher found you guys online so I gave it a shot. I'm really glad with my decision and your serivces. Thanks
19.Fairhope Film Festival
122 Fairhope Ave
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20.Theatre 98 Inc
350 Morphy Ave
21.Main St. Cigar Lounge
1714 Main St
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Great place with live music in weekends! Nice size humidor with a great selection
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