2019 | 02 In Splendid Error

In Splendid Error By William B. Branch Directed by Carol Velasques Richardson February 1-17, 2019 The historical drama In Splendid Error examines the friendship between the statesman Frederick Douglass and noted abolitionist John Brown, as Brown contemplates his now infamous raid on Harper’s Ferry. An intimate portrait of men at the crossroads of history, this … Read more2019 | 02 In Splendid Error

2018-2019 Season

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre’s 2018-2019 (38th) Season Sep 7-23, 2018 Fri & Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm Sunset Village By Michael Presley Bobbitt Directed by Tom Miller  In Florida’s most notorious retirement community, a recent widow is pulled into a senior citizen Neverland where venereal disease rates are the highest in the nation, and … Read more2018-2019 Season

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Support the ART Today! The ART is a completely volunteer-run organization– theatre for the community by the community— and everything we do here (whether it’s a glamourous stage production or simply paying our rent and utilities) is achieved through ticket sales and generous donations from people just like you. Please consider supporting the Acrosstown with … Read moreDonate!

Submit a Play

Would you like to direct at the Acrosstown? Or do you know of a show that fits our mission that you would really like to see one of us direct? Great, you’re in the right place! Our deadline to submit a play for the 2019-2020 season is Thursday, February 28, 2019. Fill in the brief form below, … Read moreSubmit a Play

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Join the Acrosstown family! We’re even better than real families– after all, we almost never ruin your holidays or dress you funny. In summer of 2016, the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre will be reinvesting itself in membership, and in developing a repertory company. Membership brings many benefits– including special nights, discounts on shows and much more. Watch this space … Read moreBecome a Member!

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Where is the Acrosstown?

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre lives at 619 South Main Street in the Historic Baird Center in the South Main Arts District.

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