One of the oldest continually operating theaters in the United States, this Southern gem on Chippewa Square has been welcoming audiences since 1818. Since then, historic Savannah Theater has hosted a vast number of plays, musicians, and movies. Hurricanes and fires have forced renovations over the years, most recently in 1948, establishing its current art deco style. Today, tickets are affordably priced for shows all year, so immerse yourself in Georgia history, and get yours today!
Youth (17 & under): $17
Active Military & Dependents: FREE!
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When did Savannah Theater open?
One of the oldest in the country, the historic theater first opened with a performance of "The Soldier's Daughter" at 5:30pm on December 4th, 1818.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are affordably priced for every show at $35 for adults, $17 for youth ages 17 and under. As a gesture of gratitude for their service, active-duty military and their dependents are always FREE!