Annual Manual 2013
Orlando Arts & Culture
A guide to galleries, museums, performing arts and theaters
Published: April 12, 2013
Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
812 E. Rollins St., Suite 300
Wider fare than just classical music keeps the only local professional orchestra in action: pops, film scores, opera and distinguished guest artists.
Orlando Repertory Theatre
1001 E. Princeton St.
Professional family theater productions have become the domain of Orlando Rep, which also presents shows from its Youth Academy.
Orlando Shakespeare Theater
812 E. Rollins St.
One of the top Shakespeare companies in the country, OST produces a regular season in addition to PlayFest, which showcases new works.
Playwrights’ Round Table
Around since 1997, the Playwrights’ Round Table gives new and experienced playwrights and screenwriters a venue to showcase their new works.
SAK Comedy Lab
29 S. Orange Ave.
Good, clean fun is the hallmark of the best-known Orlando troupe for improvisational comedy shows, classes and workshops.
2113 N. Orange Ave.
This cozy professional theater produces both classics and new works.
4000 Central Florida Blvd.
University of Central Florida’s theater undergrads and grad students tackle an ambitious year-round schedule of plays, musicals and youth theater.
The modern dance company specializes in presenting theatrical experiences incorporating puppets, original music and elaborate set and costume design.
The Winter Park Playhouse
711 N. Orange Ave., Winter Park
Cabarets, musicals and holiday fare – this little community theater offers a busy theatrical calendar all year round.
Choreographer Eric Yow makes it his mission to bring exposure to modern dance by staging performances by his company in a variety of educational settings.