The Carver Theatre, now formally known as the Carver Performing Arts Center, is a theater located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. In its days as a motion picture theater, it was best known as a place where African-Americans could see first-run movies; during that time, only whites were allowed in most theaters because of segregation laws. The Carver is now a live performance venue which seats 527, and is also the home of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame.

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  • The Carver Theatre, now formally known as the Carver Performing Arts Center, is a theater located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. In its days as a motion picture theater, it was best known as a place where African-Americans could see first-run movies; during that time, only whites were allowed in most theaters because of segregation laws. The Carver is now a live performance venue which seats 527, and is also the home of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. (en)
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  • The Carver Theatre, now formally known as the Carver Performing Arts Center, is a theater located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. In its days as a motion picture theater, it was best known as a place where African-Americans could see first-run movies; during that time, only whites were allowed in most theaters because of segregation laws. The Carver is now a live performance venue which seats 527, and is also the home of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. (en)
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