Sep. 10-12

Talk Radio

Sep. 10

Cultural Arts Center, Banquet Hall

Sep. 11-12

Dothan Elk's Lodge

7:00 PM nightly

Content Advisory: This play contains strong adult language and is not recommended for youth audiences.


by Eric Bogosian. Barry Champlain, Cleveland's controversial radio host, is on the air doing what he does best: insulting the pathetic souls who call in the middle of the night to sound off. Tomorrow, Barry's show is going into national syndication and his producer is afraid that Barry will say something that will offend the sponsors. This, of course, makes Barry even more outrageous. Funny and moving, off beat, outrageous and totally entrancing. Directed by Eddie & Sam Farnham.

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Nov. 17-21

Agnes of God

Cultural Arts Center, Banquet Hall

7:00 PM nightly


Content advisory: This play contains discussions of murder, sexual assault, and mental health along themes of violence and religion. Not recommended for young audiences.

By John Pielmeier. Summoned to a convent, a court-appointed psychiatrist is charged with assessing the sanity of a novice accused of murdering her newborn. The Mother Superior determinedly keeps young Agnes from the doctor, further arousing suspicions. Who killed the infant, and who fathered the tiny victim? The doctor's questions force all three women to re-examine the meaning of faith and the power of love. A hit on Broadway and later on film. Directed by Ron Devane.

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Sep. 17-19

Short Stuff

Cultural Arts Center, Auditorium

7:00 PM nightly


Directed by Margo Wright. SEACT's dramatic youth present 3 one-act comedies: Back to the Summer, 12 Angry Pigs, and The Hysterical History of the Trojan War. Appropriate for young audiences.


Dec. 9-12, 14-19

Greater Tuna

Cultural Arts Center, Banquet Hall

7:00 PM nightly


By Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard. The long-running Off Broadway hit features two actors creating the entire population of Tuna in a tour de farce of quick change artistry, changing costumes and characterizations faster than a jack rabbit runs from a coyote.

The day in Tuna, the third smallest town in Texas, begins—as usual—with Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie at the microphones, radio broadcasting at a big 275 watts (at least when they remember to turn the transmitter on). Tuna’s citizens parade across the stage in all their outrageous and irreverent glory, commenting on life, politics, and what makes them (and sometimes us) tick. Directed by Michael Clardy and Mike Doherty.

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May 20

Annual Meeting

Cultural Arts Center, Banquet Hall

7:00 PM


Don't miss SEACT's new season announcement! Brief business meeting at 6:00 PM to elect new board members, followed by fun at 7:00 PM with recognition, awards, and season announcement. Meeting is open to the community, and you qualify as a voting member if you are 18+ AND either a season ticket holder, financial supporter, or volunteer participating in the last 24 months. Refreshments, and cash bar available.


909 South St. Andrews Street, Dothan

(334) 794-0400

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Southeast Alabama Community Theatre (SEACT) has a mission to enrich the cultural lives of Wiregrass residents through the presentation of high quality theatre, to provide creative opportunities to talented individuals to perform on stage and behind the scenes, and to introduce the theatrical experience to school-aged children. SEACT is a 501(c) organization and depends on the support of its community to bring theatre to life in the Wiregrass. The organization is funded through season tickets, sponsorships, advertising, and donations.