First in house production premiering at the Garden Theatre

posted by irvl on April 23, 2010 at 8:15 am

WINTER GARDEN, FL — The 1935 Garden Theatre, restored and reopened in 2008 after being shuttered for more than 40 years, is presenting “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, April 23 through May 16. This is the first Garden Theatre produced attraction to play at the playhouse, which has become very popular in Central Florida. Mark Huffman is directing, and David Coalter stars as Joseph. The show calls for 48 cast members, and a crew of more than 30 is working behind the scenes. All of the players are from Winter Garden or nearby cities.

The presentations are at 8:00 on Friday and Saturday evenings, and 2:00 on Sunday afternoons. Ticket information can be found at our official website or call 407-877-4736, ext. 0.

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Comments (2)

Patsy on April 24, 2010 at 12:54 pm

This theatre is a wonderful small theatre with a dedicated group of theater folks. A must-see with an amazing renovation story!

castledream on April 24, 2010 at 3:10 pm

BRAVO ! ! I Think it is wonderful that communities are renovating and reopening these charming old theatres. I sure wish Peru, Indiana still had their old Roxy Theatre. Our Roxy Theatre finally was demolished after a huge fire in the abandoned building. I and my sister seek out these older theatres and go enjoy a performance or movie in them. The grace and charm of the theatre makes it worth the time we spent seeking them out and well worth the drive! Bravo Florida!

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