The Old Alexander Theater

COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION THROUGH HISTORIC PRESERVATION

As one of the most prominent, historic properties in the heart of Christiansted, the Old Alexander Theater remains a key element of SCFCD’s downtown revitalization vision and strategy.

Once a thriving movie theater and the center of economic activity in the mid to late-1900s, the theater currently stands in disrepair. In the St. Croix Foundation’s long-range plans, the Alexander Theater is slated to be transformed into a state-of-the-art performing arts center, which will include a movie screen and a stage for a wide variety of performances.

In addition, the rehabilitation of the theater will provide the only inside amphitheater on St. Croix large enough to accommodate conferences and large gatherings, making St. Croix an economically viable location to conduct business. The theater is also slated to be a job training center for youth pursuing careers in hospitality as well as theater and music production. To support this endeavor, please contact the Foundation directly.

Get the word out!

Advertise your events and business using the Alexander Theater Marquee in Sunday Market Square.  The marquee boasts high traffic visibility and three panels lit in the evenings. Panels rent from $95 to $65 per businesses week.