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Antigone OR And Still She Must Rise Up
Directed by Jamie Boller-Raup

Programs, dates and artists are subject to change without notice. If an event at GCT has been cancelled or postponed, any changes will be communicated via telephone (if time permits), email, social media pages and Newsletters.

Free Parking is available on the GCT grounds, behind the Bonnie Robinson Rehearsal Hall building and across the street in the shopping center parking lot.  GCT has accessible parking spots for patrons with disabilities. Accessible parking spots are located on the south side of the building and are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Ramps are available directly in front of the building.  

GCT offers accessible seating in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Two accessible seating spaces for a wheel chair or mobility device and companion seats are available on either end of the front row. Accessible seating may be purchased through website or box office. Please know that companion seats are open to the public, so the earlier you reserve the more likely you are able to seat your companions beside you.  Patrons please inform the box office of any mobility needs at the time of ticket purchase.

Restrooms are located off the lobby including an ADA certified restroom.  

Seating capacity is 98. Two of these are empty spaces for wheelchair access seating. 

Listening aid devices are not available at GCT. 

Due to fire codes, everyone (including infants) must have a ticket for a designated purchased seat. There are no exceptions. Children should be able to sit in a seat quietly throughout the performance. Unless a performance is clearly geared to children, GCT recommends against bringing babies and young children (under three) to performances. Parents are advised to use their discretion when purchasing tickets for children.

GCT is proud to start Season 52 with Sensory Friendly Performances! These performances are open to the public and only altered slightly for the comfort of ALL theatre goers. Tickets to these performances are purchased the same as any other show but priced only at $10 a seat. Specific dates will be announced for each season show but will typically fall on the 2nd Sunday of a show’s run.

We welcome ALL audience members to our Sensory Friendly Matinees, especially those with sensory needs or neuro-diversities!

For these presentations, we will incorporate the following:

  • Lights remain on at a low level in the theater during the performance
  • Reduction of any sound or light effects that might be considered startling
  • Space throughout the theater for standing and movement, and designated quiet areas available
  • Sign Language interpreter provided for the Deaf community.
    (Best seating to benefit from sign language would be center of row B-E as the interpreter may be stationed right or left, if not roaming the stage with actors and front row seats would force you to look back and forth a lot.) 
  • A judgement free audience, where viewers are free to respond however makes them comfortable

For more information about The Full Spectrum Theatre Initiative Workshops and Sensory Friendly performances click HERE or email

Additionally, we ask patrons to comply with the following:

  • GCT prohibits outside alcohol, food or drink in the building unless prior permission is granted.
  • If you purchase a designated ADA Wheelchair space without medical need or mobility device, the box office reserves the right to refuse to seat you there and will refund your ticket.
    For a sold out performance, parties will be added to the end of the wait list for any last minute available seats. 
  • The use of cameras and recording devices is strictly prohibited and may incur a fine.
  • The use of tobacco products is not permitted in the building and preferred 20 feet from entrance.
  • Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate time in the performance at the discretion of the house manager on duty and will be seated in the least disruptive location. If you are more than 15 minutes late to a sold out performance the House Manager reserves the right to resell your seat to a wait list patron.
  • During intermission, GCT offers our patrons beverages and snacks at our concession stand. 
  • There is no specific dress code. While most people “dress up” for evening performances, a number of patrons dress casually whenever they come to GCT.
  • Animals are not permitted in GCT. Exceptions include guide, sign and signal dogs to aid patrons with disabilities.

For lost and found requests, please call GCT at 901-453-7447 and leave your name, telephone number, a detailed message about the item you lost and what performance you attended. If the item is found, we will get back with you as soon as possible.

Ticket Information and Policies

  • Tickets may be purchased thru this website by clicking the button above, by phone 901-453-7447 or in person. Box office hours are Tuesday – Friday 12pm – 4pm. 
  • During show days, the box office is open 1.5 hours before showtime.
  • GCT accepts all major credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
  • Tickets can be purchased or reserved (by members) HERE.
  • GCT does not hold tickets on reservation. 
  • Tickets are non-refundable.
  • Late patrons may lose their assigned seat and be asked to wait until it will not disrupt the show for them to enter escorted by staff.  
  • If you are more than 15 minutes late to a sold out performance the House Manager reserves the right to resell your seat to a wait list patron.
  • If you are unable to use a purchased ticket, please notify GCT box office at least 24 hours before the performance or you may release it upon arrival with no refund. Tickets may be exchanged to other similar shows or show dates with advance notice of at least 48 hours. Full refunds only offered at the discretion of box office.
  • GCT does not recommend bringing children under the age of 3. Please pay attention to age recommendations as posted per show. 
  • Arts Access patrons: Limited tickets are available and they may be reserved beginning on the Monday of the week of opening for each season show. Limit of two per Arts Access patron for eligible productions. Available performance dates are typically the first Saturday & Sunday and the second Friday of a season show run. Reservation requests must be emailed to Call 901-453-7447 if you have trouble with email or have questions. Requests will be reserved in order of receipt until all tickets allotted have been taken.  Reserving tickets and failing to attend without 24 hours prior notice may result in disqualification from the program.