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Bama Theatre


category : Historic Theatres
Built 1937 as reproduction of Davanzati Palace courtyard in Florence, Italy. Orchestra/balcony sections decorated as Spanish courtyard. Opened 1938 as movie theater. Renovated 1976 for live theatrical use. Operated by Arts Council of Tuscaloosa.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Office open M-F 8-5; call for schedule.
Address: 600 Greensboro Ave.

Phone: 205-758-5195
Fax: 205-345-2787
Our Website:www.tuscarts.org

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Bama Theatre

Built 1937 as reproduction of Davanzati Palace courtyard in Florence, Italy. Orchestra/balcony sections decorated as Spanish ...