Flowertown Players now offering private, small-scale events


In a recent statement Summerville’s Flowertown Players announced that “life happens, things change and the fun must go on.” In that spirit, the local theater company is making do with the space and resources they have and offering private micro events at the James F. Dean Community Theatre (133 S. Main St., Summerville).

Flowertown had to postpone their 45th season in response to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic and while they’re working on scheduling new dates soon, they want to welcome the public to enjoy the setting of a theater with special private events.

With a max capacity of 30 guests, private event night packages include movie and game night ($400) and comedy night ($600). Screen your favorite flicks during movie night, play your fave video games at game night and check out live comedy from local comedians during the 90-minute comedy night.

For $800 you and 29 pals can enjoy “a night of magic,” with a 90-minute show from Holy City Magic.

Want to use the theater for other fun stuff? Just email kelly@flowertownplayers.org with any ideas, questions or concerns. Learn more about Flowertown Players online at flowertownplayers.org.

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