NEWS

CAT Patrons,

READ THIS MESSAGE CAREFULLY AS IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT CHANGES TO OUR UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS.

CAT is taking measures to protect the health of its artists, board members, employees, volunteers, and patrons.
 

CAT intends to maintain essential operations, and continue updating our audience. 

 

Our theater, country, and the world are attempting to make wise decisions about an unprecedented  and dynamic public health predicament. 
 

In making these decisions, as well as many others in the days ahead, our intent is to minimize for CAT patrons, volunteers, employees and others their risk of exposure to COVID-19.  These actions by CAT are similar to those taken by many theatre companies across the country.

As always, thank you for your patronage and support of the arts community in Birmingham.

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2016

over the mountain journal

A California Dream: Central Alabama Theater Founder Wants to Inspire Young Actors

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world

BWW Review: SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN Raises the Roof

Village Living

Artistic Community Grows in Mountain Brook

2017

over the mountain journal

Fun in the Sun: CAT Gears Up for Bikini Beach Party Featuring Songs of the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s

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world

BWW Review: THE BIKINIS Sing You Back to the Beach at Central Alabama Theater

2019

mountain brook magazine

10 Mountain Brook Events Not to Miss in June

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Cabaret + Conversations

2020

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12 Things to do in Mountain Brook, Alabama

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Chamber of Commerce

Village Living

The show must go on: Crestline’s Central Alabama Theater continues virtually during COVID-19 pandemic

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