Performance Details

Lobby doors open 60 minutes before curtain, with a cash bar available at regular season performances. Seating begins 30 minutes before curtain.

Refunds Policy

By purchasing tickets with Southeast Alabama Community Theatre, you are making a nonrefundable reservation. If you are unable to attend, you may transfer tickets to another party by contacting the box office with the change at least 48 hours in advance of the performance. All sales are final. In the event your performance is cancelled, a refund for tickets may be issued at the option of the management. This refund may not include additional ticketing fees.

Information

You assume all risk and danger incidental to these events whether occurring prior to, during, or after event. You agree that the management, its agents, and the performers are not responsible or liable for any injuries resulting from such causes. No unlawful alcohol, drugs, weapons, or food allowed. No recording devices permitted. You hereby consent to reasonable search for unlawful items. You further consent to the use of your image or likeness incidental to any display, transmission, or reproduction of the event. Management reserves the right to refuse admission or eject any person whose conduct is deemed to be disorderly or who fails to comply with the terms and conditions herein.

Privacy Policy

Southeast Alabama Community Theatre respects your privacy. You may opt out of all mailings and e-mailings. We store your personal information on a secure server, and we will not trade, sell, or otherwise share your personal information (name, address, phone number, or email) with any other party. We do not record your credit card number after the sale is complete.

June & July 2021

Summer Theatre Camps

Locations: Dothan, Enterprise, Headland, Blakely, Graceville

Ages vary by location. Join SEACT for a week of theatre and learning about how a show comes together and your child's important role. Appropriate for beginners and experienced theatre students.

$120 non-member

Year Round

Gift Certificates

​Gift certificates are available year-round. Choose any amount that can be redeemed for performances or youth theatre activities. They can also be applied to season tickets. SEACT delivers theatrical experiences that your family and friends will remember. Perfect for any gift-giving occasion!

Your choice

Oct. 19-23

Self Help

Location: Cultural Arts Center

Included with SEACT season tickets.

 

A married pair of second-rate theatre actors cast themselves as self-help gurus. Much to their surprise, they become the world's most revered relationship experts. Their careers skyrocket as their own marriage takes a nose dive. Cindy is about to have an affair with the gardener when he dies suddenly in a most compromising position. What follows is a series of hilarious antics, leaving she and hubby Hal to spend the next 24 hours protecting their reputations from the police, their agent, and a nosey journalist.

Directed by Eddie & Sam Farnham.

$20

Oct. 4

Mar. 24-26

Dear Edwina JR

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Included with WDC22 season ticket.

 

Wiregrass Drama Club's Competition Ensemble takes the stage with Dear Edwina JR. about the joys of growing up. We follow the adventures of plucky advice-giver-extraordinaire, Edwina Spoonapple, as she directs the neighborhood kids in a series of buoyant production numbers for the latest edition of her weekly "Advice-a-Palooza.” Working their way through a wheelbarrow full of letters from around the world, Edwina and her friends share wisdom on everything from trying new foods to making new friends.

 

Directed by Abigail Phillips.

$11

Mar. 7

July 1

Wiley and the Hairy Man

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Like Aesop's fables, Wiley and the Hairy Man is drawn from native folk wisdom. "Outwit the Hairy Man three times, and he won't scare you ever again," says Mammy. Trembling, Wiley sets out for the woods, prepared to confront the Hairy Man; he looks fear in the face and outwits it. The adventures are presented in lyric poetry and mime. The actors become the woods, the cabin, and all the props, making Wiley an imaginative and challenging show for SEACT's drama club summer intensive presentation.

Directed by Abigail Phillips.

$11

Sep. 16-18

Murder at the Malt Shop

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Included with WDC22 season ticket.

 

It’s the fabulous 50s and the little town of Shingleville is rife with suspicion and speculation.  Sprout’s Malt Shop is filled with quirky characters, and one them is guilty of murder!  Everyone has a motive when the reprehensible and unreasonable Jerry Atrick falls over dead after an unexpected blackout. Order up!
This zany mystery delivers exactly what you’re craving:  a juicy whodunit served with loads of puns and topped with a heap of nostalgic 50s references.

 

Directed by Margo Wright.

$11

Sep. 1

Dec. 14-19

Elf The Musical

Location: Dothan Opera House

 

Included with SEACT season tickets.

 

Based on the beloved holiday film, this hilarious fish-out-of-water comedy follows Buddy the Elf in his quest to find his true identity. Embrace your inner elf and join Buddy as he crosses over from the confectionately sweet life of Santa's elves to the harsh reality of finding his birth father in New York City. This oversized elf is determined to move Dad from the naughty to nice list, and remind his new family of the true meaning of Christmas. The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!

Directed by Michael Clardy.

$25

Nov. 29

Apr. 26-30

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Location: Dothan Opera House

Included with SEACT season tickets.

 

One of the most enduring shows of all time, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph, his father Jacob, eleven brothers, and the coat of many colors. Told entirely through song with the help of a Narrator, the musical follows preferred son Joseph. After being sold into slavery by his brothers, he ingratiates himself with Egyptian noble Potiphar, but ends up in jail after refusing the amorous advances of Potiphar’s wife. While imprisoned, Joseph discovers his ability to interpret dreams, and he soon finds himself in front of the mighty but troubled Pharaoh. Joseph’s solution to Egypt’s famine elevates him to Pharaoh’s right-hand man and reunites him with his family. Beloved because of its story, and magical music presented in a variety of styles: “Those Canaan Days,”), “One More Angel in Heaven,” “Benjamin Calypso,” and "Any Dream Will Do.”

Directed by Ron Devane.

$25

Apr. 11

2021/2022

Season Tickets

Productions and prices vary. Season tickets are SEACT’s largest annual fundraiser, ensuring support for the season ahead while offering members the best selection of seating available for each performance. Season ticket holders enjoy additional benefits such as early reservation privileges on special events, and courtesy ticket exchanges whenever possible. SEACT's program provides premium seating to members in exchange for a tax-deductible gift. Season tickets are flexible passes that can be redeemed for the total number of tickets in a season. It can be used for multiple tickets to the same performance, or spread out between performances. SEACT's season opens in July and concludes in June. Contact seact@seact.com  for custom season packages. 

Prices vary

Sep. 23-25

Annie KIDS

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Included with WDC22 season ticket.

 

Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical,  Annie KIDS features everyone’s favorite little redhead in her very first adventure. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. The orphans foil the cruel Miss Hannigan and sing their way into the hearts of a billionaire, his personal secretary, and a lovable mutt named Sandy. 

Directed by Abigail Phillips.

$11

Sep. 1

Mar. 1-5

An Inspector Calls

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Included with SEACT season ticket.

 

A young girl commits suicide and an eminently respectable British family is subject to a routine inquiry in connection with the death. An inspector calls to interview the family, and during the course of his questioning, all members of the group are implicated in some way leading to the girl’s undoing. The family members, happy and friendly at the beginning of the evening, soon lose their good humor as the interrogation continues. Who is this inspector, and how can he presume to suspect such a well-heeled family of wrongdoing? J.B. Priestley's 1947 play, set in 1912, is a scathing commentary on the class divisions between wealthy factory owners, and the workers.

 

Directed by J.E. Saliba.

$20

Feb. 14

Jun. 9-11

Narnia
 

Location: Cultural Arts Center

Included with WDC22 season ticket.

 

The first and most famous story of The Chronicles of Narnia has become a musical presentation of this unique, enchanted world filled with creatures and spirits of myth and fable, both good and evil, demonic and transcendent. The principal inhabitants, however, are the intelligent talking animals ruled by the majestic King Aslan, the great lion of Narnia. Though Aslan is often absent from the land (so that his very existence is doubted by some), he returns when the need for him is greatest. And entering Narnia at a moment of high adventure are some children—plucked from our world in unexpected ways to help Narnia and to learn from their Narnia odyssey lessons of courage, unselfishness and wisdom that will help them grow.

Directed by Abigail Phillilps.

$11

May 23