99 Jennie T. Anderson Theatre - Cobb Civic Center Tips
- Casual 7
- Dressy 1
- Parking is a breeze 6
- Parking is free 6
- Park in lot 4
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
- No food allowed 1
The weather was Very warm outside.. I wore Bring a jacket. The theater was FREEZING. .
Plenty of free parking and handicap accessible. Good seats no matter where you sit. Eat at Marietta diner after the show and have the cheese cake.
The first time we went to this theater, we drove into downtown Marietta to an Italian restaurant. It's not that far. The last 2 times, we went to the Marietta Diner, which is only 1.5 miles away, very easy. You can get anything from a cup of coffee to a 3-course meal and all in between. Then you have time to amble to the theater. They can tend to get really busy, but we went at 5:30 and had a leisurely meal without throngs of people.
Dress was casual and parking was free. Picked up the tickets at will-call. From the parking lot to getting the tickets and into the seats was less than 10-minutes.
Cobb Civic Center is one of my favorite venues for shows - 600 seat theater so not a bad seat. Such a great experience to see shows up close! Wonderful sound system, free, very accessible parking and close to many restaurants!...
I wore Anything you feel comfortable in. The auditorium is heated/cooled. I came straight from the office in a sleeveless dress and was very comfortable. .
The weather was nice and warm. I wore a skirt and a sleeveless blouse. I brought a blazer in case the theater was cold (which it was)..
The weather was warm. I wore The theatere was very cold. Bring a sweater or wrap.