The Larry Keeton Theatre

    About Us


    Named by the Nashville Business Journal as the third most highest attended theatre in town, The Larry Keeton Theatre is unlike any other entertainment venue in the Nashville area. Serving up scrumptious dinings and thrilling performances by some of the most talented performers and crew around, The Larry Keeton Theatre is the best place to see live theatre in Nashville! Guests of our venue, will often reserve a table and bring wine to enjoy with their dinner and show. Pull up a chair and join us at The Larry Keeton Theatre.

    The Larry Keeton Theatre operates under the SCA Center for the Arts, a non-profit organization and a wholly–owned subsidiary of FiftyForward. Our Mission is to offer affordably-priced training in the arts to all of our community, and to enhance the artistic talents of our members and artists of all ages. The proceeds of our programs go towards offering art classes and activities for seniors who might not otherwise have the opportunity to be exposed to them.

    Our theater is dedicated to the presentation of high-quality productions suitable for family audiences at an affordable price

    Venue Details
    Working Hours
    • Weekdays
      9:00 AM- 9:00 PM
    • Saturday
      9:00 AM- 9:00 PM
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    Additional Detail

    Doors Open 90 minutes prior to showtime.
    Dinner is served 1 hour prior to showtime.
    Dinner service ends 15 minutes prior to curtain.
    Dinner is not served on Thursday Nights.

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    October 22, 2021
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