Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Situated at 445 S Magnolia Ave Orlando 32801, The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a must-see in Orlando, with live music performances from all around and Broadway shows like Hamilton! There’s tons of family-friendly entertainment, too, so you can enjoy both solos or take your date here tonight before we go back home tomorrow morning again. In addition, theater enthusiasts will be delighted to know that there are plenty of theaters within walking distance of our hotel. This will make it easy on their feet while still giving them everything they need when visiting Downtown Disney during afternoon hours (which often happens).

For movie lovers near Orlando, FL, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has something to suit every age group! There are family-friendly flicks like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off that kids will love–and there’s also an impressive selection of adult movies if you’re looking for some R-rated fun this weekend without breaking any rules at home or work. The theater can offer all types of needs regarding how much media consumption is too much.

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is home to various performances from ballet and orchestra alike. In addition, movie buffs can watch their favorite films while listening live as this theater plays background music against it without even being on screen – talk about immersion. The venue also features performances by local dance troupes like ballet dancers who perform themed programs based on popular motion pictures shown at their theater next door; these shows include everything from pantomime actions to classic fairy tales.

The Orlando Ballet and touring Broadway productions are just some of the activities at Dr. Phillips Center for The Performing Arts, an impressive performing arts center in downtown Orlando that also features three theaters with award-winning performances. PechaKucha Nights allow you to get up close and personal during interactive sessions with professionals from across different industries, including actors from stage plays or even ballet dancers themselves — all while sipping on complimentary cocktails before their show starts back up again.

Creative people from all over Orlando come together to share their ideas and knowledge at an event called “20/20”. The evening features PowerPoint presentations of interesting individuals based on one simple rule: each person shows 20 images for only 20 seconds.

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