The Concourse Theater is a 425-seat black box theater owned and operated by Crosstown Arts.
The theater hosts Crosstown Arts programming as well as events organized by performing arts/music/film groups and organizations across the city. It also serves as a large-scale meeting space for Crosstown Concourse tenants and commercial businesses. Additionally, the theater functions as the assembly space and performing arts center for Crosstown High School.
Specific physical accommodations include a sprung wood floor stage, modular open floor, and retractable seating. The performance space can transform completely from an open room with 5,000 square feet of flat floor to proscenium, thrust, black box, or theater-in-the-round, in a matter of hours. The second floor balcony can accommodate seated or standing audiences, as the stage can exist in multiple locations inside the space. The theater accommodates 600 standing, 425 in theater style rows, and 250 in banquet style seating.
Highly considered acoustic treatments, state-of-the-art lighting, and a premiere sound system offer an ideal and intimate space for musical performances ranging from national headliners to Memphis-based musicians.
A state-of-the-art Digital Cinema Package (DCP) projection system offers Memphis’ film community a new venue to experience international and nationally acclaimed art house films, as well as work from Memphis-based filmmakers.