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ORLANDO THEATRE - THEATERS ORLANDO FLORIDA

Orlando Florida TheatreOrlando Florida Theatres - There are theatres situated all around Orlando, and most of them are in downtown Orlando, and provide free parking, etc. They range from comedy, to romantic, and most admission prices are relatively cheap, although this all depends on which theatre you choose to visit. The theatres we have listed below, we think seem the most interesting, although there are many, many more.

As Orlando is always lively you can go to a quiet cinema for a romantic night, or if you would prefer something more interesting, one of Orlando’s live dinner shows, and one famous one is Arabian Nights, which brings a fairy tale to life and features many stars. If you are travelling with children, then I would say that the live dinner shows are a better option, although some of the dinner shows are much dearer than the traditional theatres, so it all depends on your budget. But whatever theatre you decide to go, I am sure that it will be fun, and not how you imagined!

Cirque du Soleil
In Downtown Disney is the world famous Cirque du Soleil, a circus with a difference, a circus with special lightning and amazing effects as well as superb circus acts. It’s a combination of theater created with all ages in mind. Book ahead for this show, as tickets are scare. Tel 407 939 7600

Sleuth Mystery Dinner Shows
7508 Universal Blvd
phone for reservations 407 3634 1985 800 393 1985
Now this is something really different so try out Sleuth Mystery Dinner Shows. Available in three different theatres, this involves dinner and a mystery whodunit with audience participation. For your admission fee of less than $50 (children half price) you get a three course meal, unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks - and the show. Great fun and quite unique.

Orlando Repertory Theatre
Bush Theatre
1001 Princeton Street Orlando
Telephone 407 896-7365
This company puts on productions geared towards kids with such shows as School House Rock Live and Diary of Anne Frank. Performances are mainly at the weekends with tickets under $20 and reductions for children.

Sak Comedy Lab
398 West Amelia St.
Phone: 407 648-0001
This is comedy with a difference and will liven up any evening. The particular show may or may not be suitable for children, so maybe check this out before you go. Part of the routine is to include “slices” of the show about someone’s friends or family, a sort of this is their life, done the SAK way so if you’re celebrating a special event, get in touch with them early. .

The Plaza Theatre
425 North Bumby Avenue
Telephone 407 228-1220
The plaza theatre provides a great atmosphere, and is suitable for the whole family. With its lively shows, you don’t want to miss this once. The Plaza theatre has also been newly renovated.


Shakespeare Center
For more serious theatre, there are two venues in the Lowndes Shakespeare Centre (Loch Haven Park area) that put on full-length plays and also play host to the Shakespeare Festival each year. In the Lake Eola Amphitheatre (Downtown Disney, Lake Bueno Vista) in April of 2005, a production of A Midsummer’s Night Dream in the outdoors is sure to please large audiences. The main season for this company is September to May. Productions also include ones aimed for the younger audience – recently Stuart Little and James and the Giant Peach. Information tel (407) 447 1700.

Other possibilities include

Civic Theatre of Central Florida
1001 E. Princeton Street
Telephone 407 896-7365

Mark Two Dinner Theatre
3376 Edgewater Drive
\Telephone 407 843-6275

Orlando Youth Theatre
128 W. Church Street
Telephone: 407 254-4930