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The Crighton Theatre is located in downtown Conroe Texas at 234 North Main Street. The Crighton Theatre is a truly historic theatre built in 1934, and is the home base for performances offered by Stage-Right Productions, The Montgomery County Performing Arts Society, Sounds of Texas Music Series, and Christian Youth Theatre. In addition, the theatre is offered for rent for other events. This web site provides information regarding theatre rental, Crighton Theatre Foundation support and coming events. Productions at the Crighton are funded in part by a grant from the Conroe Commission on Arts & Culture. Click for   NEWSLETTER.

NEXT EVENT

   

 

Crighton Theatre Foundation

&

Crighton Summer Camp

Presents

Les Miserables, Jr.

Show dates:

 

Aug 6 7 PM

Aug 7  7 PM

Aug 8  2 PM

Aug 8  7 PM

Aug 9  2 PM

Adults $10

Students $5

 

936-441-7469

 

 

The Montie Awards

&

Lifetime Achievement Awards

 

Celebratin the pursuit of excellence in Theatre and the Arts

August 15, 2015

8:00 PM

Tickets $10

Add'l info:

 

936-441-7469

 

 

Sharity

Productions

in association with

John Wiesner

Automotive

Presents: 

The Lettermen

Aug 29 @ 7PM

Tickets:

 $59 & $54

 

SOLD OUT

936-441-7469

 

 

Stage Right

Presents:

On Golden Pond

 

On Golden Pond

Show Dates

Sep 11 thru Sep 27

Fri & Sat at 8PM

Sun Matinees 2PM

Adults $20

Seniors $18

Students $15

Groups of 15 or more

$15/ticket

936-441-7469

 

Truly enjoy your theatrical experience at the Crighton by dining before the show at one of the tastiest Italian restaurants Conroe has to offer!  For a delicious dining experience, try Joe's Pizza and Pasta. Joe's Pizza & Pasta has quickly become a favorite Conroe Restaurant by featuring Authentic New York style Italian Food, served in a casual family friendly atmosphere Call 936-760-9002 to make your reservation. Joe's is located at 1604 North Frazier Street, Conroe, TX 77301. Fun walking distance establishments: Conroe Coffee House at Main St, The Corner Pub at Main St and Simonton or The Red Brick Tavern on Simonton St.


 

 

 


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