The following are announcements for the week of June 17, 2013:
CHECK THE COMMUNITY THEATER TAB AND LOOK UNDER "SCHEDULE OF EVENTS" FOR THE 2014 SCHEDULE!
STILL SURFIN' - Saturday, June 22nd at 8pm: GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! Look under the "Events" tab for more information.
- Aloha from Hampton Roads presents a Tribute to Elvis with performances by The Memories Band on Saturday, July 13th. For more information, please visit www.etix.com or call 1-800-514-ETIX (3849). Visit Jim Smith's website for a preview at http://jimksmith.com and relive the power of the King of Rock & Roll.
- Need a gift, incentive, or recognition award for someone you know? The Colonial Center now offers gift certificates starting at $15.00 each and increasing in amounts of $5.00 increments up to $50.00 total. There are no fees for this service. Ask a staff member today about how you can take advantage of this offer.
- Colonial Center Flex Passes are available for purchase! These passes entitle the recipient to six tickets to C.A.T.S. Community Theatre Events! Use them all at once or spread them throughout the year; it's your choice! Flex-Passes are $75 each and may be purchased on this site under the Events tab above. For questions, more information, or assistance in purchasing a Flex-Pass, please call the box office at 434-262-4170.
Tours and Visits
- Please call ahead if you would like to see the theater area. We do not make that space accessible unless we have advance knowledge of the visit. It is our pleasure to show our space if we are prepared. As always, our box office and galleries are open Monday-Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
. Thank you for your understanding.
The Colonial Theatre has a very special place in the history of our community and in the lives of many of our residents. It has weathered many storms and economic crises, as well as years of neglect at various times throughout its history.
The Colonial is one of the few remaining vaudeville theatres of its era in Virginia and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places... Read Full History