Annual Manual 2013
Orlando Arts & Culture
A guide to galleries, museums, performing arts and theaters
Published: April 12, 2013
Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts
227 E. Kennedy Blvd., Eatonville
This little gallery is devoted to African-American history and culture and features the work of artists of African descent. It’s celebrating 20 years of operation in Eatonville, the oldest African-American incorporated municipality in the United States.
THEATERS & PERFORMING ARTS GROUPS
100 S. Eola Drive
A small mixed-use room in an ornate setting (with full bar service!) hosts art shows, cabaret, comedy, community theater and concerts.
Annie Russell Theatre
1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park
Red velvet curtains, plush cinema seats and the ghost of the namesake actress accentuate the dramatic at this theater, which presents both student and visiting-artist productions.
Art’s Sake Studios
680 Clay St., Winter Park
The intimate space offers acting classes by day and hosts local theater companies’ productions.
124 N. Florida Ave., DeLand
DeLand’s restored historic theater hosts a resident community theater group, youth theater and concerts.
Bach Festival Society
1000 Holt Ave.,Winter Park
Central Florida’s premier choral and orchestral group presents an annual season of Bach’s music, performed by the 160 volunteer members alongside international visiting artists.
Beth Marshall Presents
The longtime Fringe Festival producer has formed her own company, producing an ambitious slate of plays and events.
Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
401 W. Livingston St.
The space may be dated and the sound system could use some work, but this old standby is home to all manner of popular performances, from concerts to touring Broadway shows.
Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park
421 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park
Non-equity community theater features dance, theater and musical events.