FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I get to the theatre and where can I park?
There are several parking options in the downtown area, visit our directions page for a map and detailed information.
What time should I arrive for the performance?
Our building opens one hour prior to curtain. During this time, you can enjoy The Galleries and visit with your friends. Make sure to arrive with enough time to park, pick up tickets, get refreshments and find your seat. Theatre doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain.
What happens if I arrive late?
In consideration of the performers and other audience members, you will be asked to wait for an appropriate pause in the program before you will be seated. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to curtain.
What should I do if I can’t use my tickets?
If you are unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible. Our intimate theatre seats 227 guests and we want to be sure that each seat is filled. If your tickets are held at will-call and you would like to give your tickets away to a friend, simply call the box office before 4:00 pm with the new guest information.Otherwise, please call the box office immediately so that we may allow someone to sit in that spot. As indicated on your ticket, there are no refunds or exchanges. You may consider it a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE donation. When requested, a letter will be sent acknowledging your contribution of the price of the tickets.
What should I wear?
There is no dress code, but in the spirit of a fun and special evening out, many people choose to dress up when attending Davis Theatre events.
May I bring my phone with me?
All electronic devices, including cell phones, pagers, and watch alarms should be turned off before entering the theatre.
May I take pictures during the performance?
No photography of any kind is allowed during performances or in The Galleries.
What types of concessions are available?
Wine, beer, soft drinks, water, candy and snacks are available for purchase before each show and during intermission. Come early to enjoy a glass of wine with friends.
May I bring my child?
Davis Theatre performances are selected with adult audiences in mind. Parents are asked to use discretion and to be respectful of other audience members.
Performers are unable to travel to the theatre.
Overriding action taken by civil authorities, such as the imposition of a curfew or an enforced travel ban.
Interruption of utility services to the building.
Tickets will not be refunded for those who choose not to attend a performance.
In the rare instance of a show cancellation:
The Cabarrus Arts Council will post the cancellation on our website Home Page and Davis Theatre page.
We will send an email to ticket purchasers to inform them of the cancellation.
We will make every effort to reschedule the performance and will honor the tickets to the cancelled show.
Our hope is that patrons will consider the ticket price a donation to the Cabarrus Arts Council if the show cannot be rescheduled.
Author Event: Bob Inman
Thursday, Oct. 23
Cabarrus Country Club, Concord
Concord Friends of the Library's annual Deana Irvin Symposium
Art Class, Fiber Goes Digital -
Saturday, Oct. 25
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Guild Gallery, 11 Union St. S, Concord.
Local artist June Moore will discuss mediums for printing on fabric.
Community Theatre, The Turn of the Screw
Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 30-Nov. 1,
Piedmont Renaissance Center, 51 Union St. S, Concord.
The provocative tale of suspense, horror and repressed sexuality is a spine-tingling, psychological thriller.
Want to volunteer for the arts council?
The arts council is looking for volunteer docents for The Galleries and ushers for Davis Theatre productions. More information...