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4750 Hwy 17 S North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
4750 Highway 17 SouthUSSouth CarolinaNorth Myrtle Beach29582
(843) 272-1111alabama-theatre.com
Performing Arts TheaterToday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Enjoy a night of live family entertainment at the Alabama Theatre in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Voted #1 for Live Entertainment by Locals & Visitors, it's the Top Attended Theater in SC.
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Spacious, modern venue for country-music shows, theater & comedy, named for a country-music group.- Google
"The singer who's madien name was O'Reilly was fantastic."
"Vocals and choreography seem to take backseat over flashy stage props..."
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Maureen Smith
4 months ago
Outstanding show! Well worth the money! The show was a variety of music genres and very well done. The performers are top notch. We would go again. Great for all ages!
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10 months ago
I attended the Kenny Rogers show last weekend and it was GREAT! Not only did we see Kenny up close due to the sizing of the theater, he also brought out his wife and identical twin sons (age 10) and the boys sang a duet on stage! It doesn't get any more personal that that! The show was both very personal and relaxed, with Kenny not just performing but personally talking to the audience in between songs. It amazes me that at 76 years young, he is still performing world-wide. The theater was very nice with very comfortable seating and is MUCH better than attending a concert in a colisium. I will definately be going back in the future.
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Greg lmfaoo
7 months ago
Awful for people under 50 years old. I went there and the best part is this southern idiot reading comedy jokes. I slept through the songs and I've seen so many kids suffer. $50 for adults and $20 for kids. I saw the "best Christmas show"
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Brandon Hertel
a year ago
One Show: WOULD GIVE IT NEGATIVE STARS IF POSSIBLE. It's starts out with the village idiot cutely reading some basic rules and standard procedures theatre goers would need to know, done in a satirical manor, which he periodically continues throughout the show. As if this simple backwoods southerner doing a variety of sketches over the course of the night wasn't enough to force you out by intermission, it doesn't stop there. In the beginning they do their version of a few broadway shows (Les Miss, Wicked, etc) and it's mediocre at best. Vocals and choreography seem to take backseat over flashy stage props, that don't really enhance the show at all. Not to mention it's the same stage layout most of the time and the "distraction," as he calls himself, is suppose to give them time to "switch things around." I honestly can't encourage you to not see this show enough. My family decide to see it instead of Good Vibrations, which the rest of them have not seen, because it was closer. What a mistake that was... GO SEE GOOD VIBRATIONS AND ENJOY YOU EVENING!!!!
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Randy Dellinger
4 months ago
The One Show is outstanding. All kinds of music and dance. Very patriotic. The comedian is very funny. Great for all ages. Parking is easy and the theatre is very comfortable.
Ellen Kerley Manuel
7 months ago
Saw the show Wednesday (12-3-2014) night, it was mostly impressive and really LOUD. But, I have a couple of suggestions - have all the ushers wear the same kind of vest or jacket or whatever. I'm in a wheelchair and it took forever to find someone to show us to our seat. He was wearing a brown pull over sweater but we saw other users wearing red jackets. The most worrisome thing is the area outside the gift shop. There is about a 12 to 18 inch drop off from the paved area just as you go into or come out of the gift shop, and NO RAILS. If anyone in a wheel chair dropped off that onto the dirt they'd also be dealing with the bushes planted there. Made me feel very unsafe.
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D. Smith
a month ago
The "One" Show should be retired. Too Long and was not that entertaining. Very disappointed. Too expensive for what went on too.
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larry reilly
a year ago
Last night show was PRICELESS. The tribute to our past and present military members was outstanding. The singer who's madien name was O'Reilly was fantastic. So was the WICKED presentation. Well done. .........:)

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