Established in 1913 as a movie theater ~ Used as a church since the 1960s ~
Now a live theater run by the Center for Amusing Arts since 2011
Located at 2558 Imperial Avenue in Grant Hill, just east of the intersection of 25th and Imperial. Close to downtown, with plenty of street parking, and trolley stops one block away on Commercial.
Theater Rental Available
New!-5,000 Lumen Digital DLP Projector and 10'x14' screen
216 capacity theater seating
17 x 29 stage
Outdoor 'Funhouse' Patio Area
Also great for:
- Musical Performances
- Music Video Production
Contact Bruce Cartier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-236-1971 for booking info
Saturday March 1st and 8th: A Streetkid Named Desire
an original street opera written by Fox Colton
Set in New Orleans one week before Mardi Gras, "A Streetkid Named Desire" is the sordid tale of a haunted New Orleans brothel, a hunchback, and the magic hobo who promises to make his dreams come true.....throw in a sack of potatoes that can sing and dance and you'll have a pretty good idea of the story!!
**There will be no filters employed on this show- there are no lows to which we will not sink!! you have been warned.**
8pm, $10, 18 and over only
Thursday March 13th: Karla Mi Lugo as Billie Holiday
According to Karla, this show is "a portrait of the immortal Lady Day, and myself at the same time. I use circus, butoh, music, comedy, storytelling and balloons to tell the story."
Friday March 28th: Super Awesome Showdown-Hyper Quasar Edition
Super Awesome Showdown-Intergalactic Combat returns to Victory Theater! Our heroes and villains will "settle the score" on the intergalactic battle grid. Come watch a new breed of entertainment! "Super Awesome Showdown" brings stunning lighting, visual effects, sound effects and epic adventure to you...the lucky few.
$10 general admission, $5 student, military and kids
Saturday April 19th: Technomania Circus second annual Fertility Show
directed by Miranda Halverson
more details to come