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: 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 info@capitolcitytheater.com 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 info@capitolcitytheater.com for more information

Q: How do I get booked on a show?

A: Send our programming manager an email at capitolcitytheater@gmail.com with your reel, bio, headshots, and credits.

Q: When did you open?

A: Zeus became known as the Greek god of improvisation after he came up with Athena off the top of his head. Years later Athena became the goddess of comedians after writing a stand up set about her issues being raised in such a dramatic family. Many, many years later - in 2010 - a comedy club was opened in the capital of Oregon. Coincidence? No. Fate? Maybe. Fun? Absolutely.

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. Lastly it is a corporate training unit that covers everything from group building techniques to performance enhancing seminars.