Information on:

Albert Lea Community Theatre

147 North Broadway

Albert Lea Community Theatre got its start in 1965, when Dr. John and Nancy Campbell, along with a dozen or so people interested in theater got together to discuss the possibility of organizing community theater. Articles of incorporation were drawn and Albert Lea Community Theatre was formally organized as a non-profit corporation. The first play, "The Man Who Came for Dinner" was done in the fall of 1965. The performance space at that time was the little theater in Southwest School, a part of our local school district 241.


Reviews

Mary Ellen Johnson

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Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016
Right now, Oct. 20 to 29th, Albert Lea's theatre is producing "Mid-Life Crisis- The Musical". It's hysterical! Loved all the crazy situations of love handles, reading glasses, mammograms -- and the sentimental wisdom that life brings. ACT -- Albert Lea Community Theatre is in its 52nd year! For a town of only 18,000, it has wonderful theater, a beautiful building, and talented actors. The town is so supportive. Two great places to eat before the play, right down from the theater on Broadway too: '112' for super bar food or Crescendos with exquisite gourmet meals that rival any big city restaurant.

Joanne Fox

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Thursday, May 26, 2016
Wonderful!!

Luke Zacharias

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Michael Johannsen

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Daylynn Alm

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Monday, May 7, 2018

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