Q: Where are you located?
A: We reside at 210 Liberty St SE #150. Capitol City Theater is in the the heart of downtown Salem.
Q: Should I buy tickets in advance?
A: Yes. Our shows have been known to sell out sometimes. We cannot reserve seats when tickets have not been purchased.
Q: Is this show 21+?
A: Most shows are 18+ unless otherwise stated. Salem Famous Improv is great for all ages.
Q: When do you open?
A: We open 30 minutes before the first show of the night or at 9:10pm for 9:30pm showtimes.
Q: Do you have gift cards?
A: Yes! We make gift certificates in any denomination and offer a four-pack of Salem Famous tickets for $35. If you would like a gift certificate, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your desired denomination and when you'd like to pick it up. We can send you an electronic invoice or let you pay in person.
Q: Are tickets refundable?
A: All ticket sales are final. Orders are non-refundable and non-exchangable.
Q: Do you have concessions?
A: We proudly serve a wide variety of local craft beers, domestic brews, local wines, hard ciders, sodas, and snacks.
Q: How can I hear about upcoming events?
A: Like us on facebook and check our website's calendar!
Q: Can I bring a minor?
A: Most of the time, yes. Salem Famous Improv Comedy is All-Ages. Most other events are for ages 18+. Check your specific event.
Q: Can I bring my own food?
A: No outside food or drink is allowed with the exception of private events.
Q: Can I rent out your whole theater?
A: Yes! You can book our venue with or without entertainment. Programming can be altered if you book us far enough in advance. Email email@example.com for more information
Q: How do I get booked on a show?
A: Send our programming manager an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with video, bio, headshots, and credits.
Q: When were you established?
Capitol City Theater is run by a multi-faceted LLC based out of Salem, OR. The first component is a comedy club that features stand up comedy and improvisational comedy. Secondly, it provides a training center that locates, trains and presents local talent. The third is a remote performance service that provides fine entertainment for groups locally and regionally.