Orlando Shakespeare Theatre

It is a theatrical group in Orlando, Florida that presents plays for adults and children of all ages, including classic and modern. The Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival, established in 1989, with the first productions staged that year. The group is at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park, in Orlando, Florida.

In addition to the Subscription Series of seven productions with a cast of American Equity Association professional actors from around the country. A Children’s Series of three productions, and a weekend festival of new plays titled PlayFest, a summer Shakespeare production performed by local high school students titled The Young Company, summer camps for children, community and professional classes, and extensive teaching in K-12 schools, the current season includes several special events.

Located in Orlando-Loch Haven Park, the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center (home of the Orlando Shakespeare Theater) is part of a larger cultural campus that includes the Orlando Museum of Art. The Orlando Science Center, the Mennello Museum, and the Orlando Repertory Theatre, among other attractions.
The Dr. Phillips Patrons Room, gift shop, catering kitchen, scenic, costume, prop shops, administrative offices, and the outdoor Darden Courtyard are all located in the 50,000 sq ft (4,600 m2) center. The location s convenient to downtown Orlando and I-4. The center’s theaters include the Ken and Trisha Margeson Theater (324 seats), the Marilyn and Sig Goldman Theater (118 seats), the Santos-Dantin Theater (70 seats), the Mandell Studio Theater.

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Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

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Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Located in Downtown Orlando, Florida, the Dr. Phillips Venue for the Performing Arts (often known as Dr. Phillips Center) is a performing arts center dedicated to the performing arts. The Bob Carr Theater, which had initially opened as the Orlando Municipal Auditorium in 1927, was decommissioned as the city’s major theater when the Bob Carr Theater opened. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the center took place on November 6, 2014. The design architect is Barton Myers, and the theater was designed by Artec Acoustic, Consultants, and Theatre Project Consultants. HKS Architects Inc. is the executive architect, while Baker Barrios Architects, Inc…  Read More

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