Mar. 9 - 13

Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar & Grille

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Dark Comedy. The world is coming to an end. You have one day left. What do you do? Forget mass hysteria and anarchy. If your name is Shep and you tend bar, it's merely business as usual. Meet some strangely upbeat small town folk as they unceremoniously come to grips with their impending doom, and a travelling salesman who turns out to be... Well, join us and see.

 

Content advisory: for mature audiences. Directed by Eddie & Sam Farnham.

$20

Mar. 8, 15, 22, Apr. 5, 12, 19, 26

Dramatic Storytelling

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Explore your unique style and craft with Dramatic Storytelling.  This class is invaluable for those looking to hone their acting skills. Maturing actors will learn tips, tricks, and techniques for connecting with their solo acting pieces. This afterschool class for students grades 8-12 meets on Monday from 4:00-5:30 for 7 weeks. Dramatic Storytelling is intended for students of an intermediate to advanced skill level.  The actors will share their creations with family and friends at the conclusion of the class.

$100

Apr. 6, 8, 13, 15, 27

Musical Theatre Dance

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

No experience necessary. Students learn basic musical theatre dance steps, encompassing multiple styles including jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, and lyrical combinations.  Musical theatre dance is about interpreting the music and communicating emotion through movement to enhance your story. Students will dance along to popular Broadway music.  This is a great class for those who want to try out new styles, or those just itching to groove to their favorite songs. This afterschool class for students grades 4-12 meets on Tuesday and Thursday from   4:30-5:30 for 3 weeks.

$50

Year Round

Season Tickets

Productions and prices vary. SEACT's season opens in July and concludes in June, however Season Tickets may be pro-rated or extended to suit your needs year-round. View the Season for scheduled productions, or contact seact@seact.com with additional questions or custom season packages.

Prices Vary

Mar. 30-31

Seussical Jr.

Location: Cultural Arts Center

Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life onstage in a fantastical musical extravaganza. Travel from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus as the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos. Horton must protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, and he must also guard an abandoned egg that's been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Directed by Jonathan Phillips, and presented by the Wiregrass Drama Club.

$11

Mar. 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25

Musical Theatre Dance

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

No experience necessary. Students learn basic musical theatre dance steps, encompassing multiple styles including jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, and lyrical combinations.  Musical theatre dance is about interpreting the music and communicating emotion through movement to enhance your story. Students will dance along to popular Broadway music.  This is a great class for those who want to try out new styles, or those just itching to groove to their favorite songs. This afterschool class for students grades 4-12 meets on Tuesday and Thursday from   4:30-5:30 for 3 weeks.

$50

Year Round

Gift Certificates

​Gift certificates are available year-round. Choose an amount that can be redeemed for performances or youth theatre activities. Coming soon, gift certificates can be applied to season tickets. Perfect for any gift-giving occasion!

Your choice

Mar. 8, 15, 22, Apr. 5, 12, 19, 26

Bringing Stories to Life

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Growing artists let their imaginations go, while creatively exploring theatrical storytelling. This afterschool class for students grades 2-7 meets on Monday from 6-7:30 for 7 weeks.  Bringing Stories to Life is intended to foster creativity as students learn the basics of theatre through teamwork and creative play. This session’s theme will be based on popular children’s literature.  Students of all levels of experience are welcome. The actors will share their creations with family and friends at the conclusion of the class.

$100

Apr. 6-10

A...My Name is Alice

Location: Cultural Arts Center

 

Enjoying a long Off Broadway run in the 80's, this slick and lively revue was created by a wide variety of comedy writers, lyricists and composers. The show offers a marvelous kaleidoscope of contemporary women. Sophisticated, bawdy, funny and insightful, the twenty numbers portray friends, rivals, sisters and even members of an all women's basketball team.

 

Content advisory: for mature audiences. Directed by Ron Devane.

$20

June & July 2021

Summer Theatre Camps

Locations: Dothan, Enterprise, Headland, Abbeville, SW Georgia, Eufaula

Ages vary by location. Join SEACT for a week of theatre learning about how a show comes together and your child's important role. Details on locations and dates will be available in March, 2021.

$120 non-member

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

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

In observation of Alabama and the CDC coronavirus protocols, you will be seated in groups of two (2), with single seats available if necessary. Masks are required. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you. Regular disinfection protocols are employed before and after each production including the theatre, common areas, and restrooms. Hard surfaces are wiped down, fabric chairs disinfected, and there are no paper tickets or programs. Intermissions will be extended to prevent bar, hallway, and bathroom crowding. Please join us in maintaining your distance from other patrons.

 

SEACT's priority is to produce and present excellent theatre in a way that protects our community from the spread of COVID-19. We ask that if you or a family member have been in contact with someone who has tested positive or has symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. SEACT will transfer your ticket to another party, or future performance.

Information

By purchasing tickets with Southeast Alabama Community Theatre, I understand that I am making a nonrefundable reservation. If I am unable to attend, I understand that I can 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.

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, food, or glass containers 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.

CONTACT US

909 South St. Andrews Street, Dothan

(334) 794-0400

seact@seact.com

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20/21 SEASON PRESENTERS

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.