The St. George Theatre is one of the most aesthetically pleasing venues in which to take in a show. Seating 2,800, this venue opened on December 4th, 1929. After being essentially closed for more than two decades, the theatre was renovated in the mid 2000s. The St. George Theatre now hosts outreach educational programs, architectural tours, television and film shoots, concerts, comedy, Broadway touring companies and small and large scale children's shows.
There is no smoking allowed inside the St. George Theatre and patrons are prohibited from brining in any outside food. All cameras and video and audio recording devices are also prohibited. Patrons that arrive late for any show must wait to be seated at an appropriate time in said show. Snacks are available at the concession stand on the orchestra and mezzanine levels and a full service bar is available in the grand lobby