Savannah Stage Playbill

Our Savannah Stage Playbill below include the best of the major downtown theatre venues in what is loosely called the "Theatre District" as well as other selected venues in the greater Savannah area. You can find information about the specific performances and show times for these other theaters by visiting their respective web pages. We trust the Savannah Stage Playbill as presented by our Savannah Supporters of the Performing Arts is a useful tool in helping maximize your night out on the town experience while visiting Destination Savannah.

Take the time while visiting Georgia’s Historic First City, Savannah, to live like the locals do - catch a play, a dance performance, some live concert music, a musical, or an occasional independent film at any one of our theatres from the past within the historic district, a thoroughly renovated theatre from yesteryear. The ticket prices for the variety of shows are suitable to every budget, taste, and age group.

Armstrong Atlantic State University Theatre Troupe - AASU’s accomplished Masquer’s and AASU Dazzler’s Theatre Troupe perform throughout the season at select venues.

Bay Street Theater - Adult Entertainment at Savannah’s Club One, Savannah home stage of the sensational always on tour Lady Chablis.

City of Savannah Cultural Arts Theatre - The City of Savannah's Cultural Arts Theatre Presents Historic

Savannah Theatre – The home of high energy musicals performed by award-winning singers, dancers and a live band that take you on a musical journey in downtown Savannah's favorite entertainment attraction

Johnny Mercer Theater - Live from Savannah’s Historic District, Johnny Mercer Theater and the Civic Center host a variety of live performances throughout the season.

Lucas Theatre for the Arts - The Lucas Theatre, originally built in 1921 as a downtown movie palace, continues to show films as well as hosting dramatic, symphonic,musical and ballet productions throughoHard Hearted Hannah's Playhouse ut the season.

Hard Hearted Hannah's Dinner Theater - Catch a play written about Savannah's worst tour guide in "There's a bomb on Trolley 409" at Paula Deen's Lady & Son's Dinner Restaurant.

Savannah Community Theatre - The veteran director and founder of the “out of the district” Savannah Community Theatre has produced and directed numerous Savannah area shows.

Trustees Theater - The Trustees Theater is not only the headquarters for the Savannah Film Festival but offers state of the art amenities in this 1100 seat venue.

The Sentient Bean - Live Entertainment with a Coffee House flair in the Landmark District

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J.Z. & P.Z.