Theatre Tuscaloosa

Theatre Tuscaloosa
From humble but determined beginnings as the Tuscaloosa Community Players in 1971, Theatre Tuscaloosa has grown, thrived and reached out to become one of the largest theatre companies in Alabama, all because of your faithful support as actors, technicians, contributors and, most of all, audience members.

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The Alabama Stage & Screen Hall of Fame 
In 1998 Shelton State and Theatre Tuscaloosa founded The Alabama Stage and Screen Hall of Fame to honor Alabamians, by birth and adoption, who have made significant contributions to film, television, or theatre. Inductees include Tallulah Bankhead, Rebecca Luker, Truman Capote, George Lindsey, Dean Jones, Hugh Martin and Jim Nabors. The Gala to commemorate inductees (held on the Martin Campus) has become one of the most significant cultural events in Alabama.