The Albright Community Theatre has been bringing the dramatic arts to the Fox Valley community since 1974. The Albright has found its home on the third floor of the Batavia Government Center and could not be more blessed to have such an amazing relationship with the city of Batavia. The Albright loves sharing the joy of acting with our family of volunteers and patrons. Our passion for theatre and the support of our community has helped us carry on through countless challenges and changes over the last 46 years, including moves, fires, and rebranding in 2018.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Albright Theatre has regretfully decided to help keep our community and volunteers safe by suspending our 2020 season. The Albright Theatre will remain dark until 2021 when we feel we can open our doors to a safe place where people can once again enjoy the arts. With the closing of our doors for the remainder of the year, we are now turning to the generosity of our supporters to help us with some of the expenses that would normally be covered by income from performances over the course of the season. With your help, we'll overcome this challenge and be back together onstage again next year.
Your generosity will not go unnoticed. The longevity of the theatre over the past 46 years has been largely thanks to our supporters. We could not do it without all of you. Theatre relies on our patrons and the love of the arts. We are well aware that many groups and companies are asking for donations, and that finances can be tough. Our thanks can not begin to express our gratitude for helping out the Albright Theatre. So, whatever the amount - your five dollar coffee order, or the twenty dollar ticket price from a missed show - we bow to you in thanks!