Saenger Theater

170 Reynoir Street

Biloxi, MS 39530

Phone: (228) 435-6290

The Saenger Theatre currently hosts live performing arts productions. The theater boasts 1,500 seats (1,020 on the main floor & 480 above), stage, & dressing room facilities to accommodate large traveling shows & vaudeville, and Vitaphone & Movietone equipment for presentation of talking motion pictures. Draperies, carpets & other interior furnishings came from the famous Maison Blanche in New Orleans.

Historically the Saenger Theatre has been known as “The Gem of the Gulf Coast” and is full of history! On April 2, 1928, there was a formal announcement of the planned construction of the Biloxi Saenger Theatre. Saenger Theatres, Inc was to lease & operate the building of the theater by Noreta Lopez Yerger upon her property on Reynoir Street, in the rear of the Strand Theatre. Constructed in 1929, the Saenger Theater opened Tuesday, January 13, 1930 with Paramount's first all-talking movie "Interference", & a number of Vitaphone short features!

  • Saenger Theater

  • Nov 26, 2017

Featuring the Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Youth Orchestra, guest artist and Santa.

  • Saenger Theatre Biloxi

  • Feb 3, 2018

Featuring Rebecca Mindock, English Horn & Ismael Brandao, Trumpet

Repertoire includes:

                Beethoven – Egmont Overture
                Liadov – Kikimora
                Stravinsky – Suite from The Firebird
                Gershwin – Cuban Overture
                Copland – Quiet City
                Tchaikovsky – Capriccio Italien

  • Saenger Theatre Biloxi

  • Apr 14, 2018

Featuring Kirstin Chavez, mezzo-soprano & Richard Troxell, tenor

Repertoire includes:

Bizet – Excerpts from Carmen
Favorites from Phantom of the Opera, Les Miz, & more