Check out these local theatrical offerings in the Columbus-Fort Benning Area.
This grand historic and producing opera hall is of course the obvious venue of choice for dramatic, full-scale theatrical productions. It’s known as the “State Theater of Georgia” for its majestic historical and architectural significance, which dates back to 1871. It continues to offer regular showings to this day. Catch the No Shame Theater every Friday night at 10:30 for a mere $5, as well as a variety of other arts performances throughout the year.
This troupe of hilariously talented players hosts a variety of Mystery Dinner Theater productions throughout the year, combining a quality experience of both the dramatic and the culinary arts. Slice into a thick medium rare steak as the plot thickens in these unique theater productions.
Fancy a trip to see the traveling circus? How about Disney on Ice? The Columbus Civic Center is the central venue for hosting larger-than-life seasonal events, including the Greater Columbus Fair and a slew of other exciting local offerings.
The Historic Liberty Theatre
Columbus’ first black theater frequently offers plays and musical events, continuing a rich legacy of African-American artists and performers who played there since it first opened its doors in 1925.
On many Spring and Fall nights, the Uptown Columbus nonprofit organization hosts a range of free musical events along the 1000 block of uptown Columbus. Bring the family and a blanket, sit back, relax and just listen to the music.