65 Jennie T. Anderson Theatre - Cobb Civic Center Tips
- Casual 3
- Dressy 1
- Parking is free 2
- Take public transit 1
- Park in lot 1
- Dine before you go 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
- No food allowed 1
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.
Parking is convenient and free. Plenty of parking.
Picked up tickets 1 1/2 hour before. Ample free parking.
I wore Casual outfit. Others were more casual than me.
Eat at Marrietta Diner after.
Just FYI~ The way the theatre is arranged there is NOT a bad seat in the house.
The weather was cool autum afternoon. I wore casual .
The weather was chilly. I wore Button up shirt and a peacoat. Most of the patrons were elderly and wore fancier clothes..
Huge parking lot--and it's free.
I wore skirt, hubby wore a suit and was overdressed - business casual is great and nice jeans are fine.
The weather was inside. I wore casual..
The weather was Sunny. I wore Jeans dressy top wedge sandals .
A coffee , candy , water available for purchase . But you must consume in the lobby . Food not allowed in theater .
I wore Skirt casual top. Ok to be dressy as well. It's a night out . .
or, add your own...
There is ample parking at the Cobb Civic Center with handicap access. Dress is varied - from velvet to jeans. While the theater is only 10 minutes or less from Marietta Square eateries, we usually rely on the Marietta Diner on Cobb Pkwy [also about 10 minutes drive] which can get you in and out promptly and is great for after theater [open 24 hrs]
They have very affordable snacks at the show. You can park in a big lot in front of the Cobb Civic Center.
You can drive to and park at Marietta Square and take a free trolley to the theatre. The trolley will take you back to the Square after the plays. The Square has a great deal of dining options for before or after the play (or both!).