Art and Entertainment

In 1986, an amateur acting group known as the Lakeside Players performed their first play “Oklahoma”. For 10 more years Lakeside Players continued performing 4 plays annually. Almost 20 years later this organization was resurrected and renamed Alexander City Theatre II (ACT II).

A non-profit 501©3 organization, this venue stages some of most consistently high-quality performances around.

Located on Tallapoosa Street, this theater is Alexander City’s Off-Broadway company, an intimate alternative to the larger more traditional theater groups. ACT II provides a creative home and inspiring environment where actors, directors, writers, designers, and theater lovers converge to create works that celebrate the human spirit.

To learn more about performances, you can follow ACT II’s Facebook page 

 

216 Tallapoosa Street
Alexander City, Alabama 35010

 

Alexander City Arts, Inc., commonly known as the Arts Council, was incorporated in 1968 as a non-profit (c)(3) organization. Their Mission is “to further enhance the cultural opportunities for residents of Alexander City and the surrounding communities.” This is accomplished by presenting performances of high artistic merit and wide appeal in theater, music, and dance. As they celebrate their 50th Anniversary Season, their goal is to continue providing an excellent foundation for community growth and participation the Arts with access for all citizens to enjoy.

All of the Arts' performances are at the  Benjamin Russell High School Auditorium located at 225 Heard Blvd, Alexander City, Alabama 35010.

To contact the Alex City Arts, visit http://alexcityarts.org/contact.html

For a performance schedule, visit http://alexcityarts.org/our-season.html

 

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