The Asheville area has about 40 theaters and theater companies.

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  • 1. Blue Spiral 1

    Downtown | Art Galleries–Arts

    The biggest and arguably the best art gallery in town has changing exhibits of regional sculpture, paintings, fine crafts, and photographs....Read More

  • 2. Woolworth Walk

    Downtown | Art Galleries–Arts

    In a 1938 building that once housed a five-and-dime, Woolworth Walk features the curated work of more than 170 crafts artists, in 20,000 square...Read More

  • 3. Asheville Community Theatre

    Downtown | Theater

    One of the oldest community theater groups in the country, Asheville Community Theatre stages amateur productions year-round in its own building. ...Read More

  • 4. CURVE Studios and Garden

    River Arts District | Art Galleries–Arts

    With working studios and exhibits by about a dozen artists, CURVE Studios displays ceramics, textiles, jewelry, sculpture, and furniture in...Read More

  • 5. Diana Wortham Theatre

    Downtown | Dance

    The intimate 500-seat Diana Wortham Theatre is home to more than 200 musical, dance, and theatrical events each year. A planned $3 million expansion...Read More

  • 6. Grovewood Gallery

    Metro North | Art Galleries–Arts

    The gallery's 9,000 square feet hold high-quality ceramic, glass, fiber, wood, and other crafts, along with furniture in what the gallery calls...Read More

  • 7. Kress Emporium I and II

    Downtown | Art Galleries–Arts

    In this 1928 landmark building decorated with polychrome terra-cotta tiles, about 100 artisans show and sell their crafts. A second location...Read More

  • 8. New Morning Gallery

    Biltmore Village | Art Galleries–Arts

    Owned by the arts entrepreneur John Cram, New Morning Gallery has more than 13,000 square feet of exhibit space in a prime location in Biltmore...Read More

  • 9. North Carolina Stage Company

    Downtown | Theater

    From an alley off Walnut Street, this professional company puts on edgy, contemporary plays, although it also does audience favorites such as...Read More

  • 10. Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

    Downtown | Music

    The 2,400-seat Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, in the U.S. Cellular Center Asheville (formerly Asheville Civic Center), hosts larger events, including...Read More

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