Cultural Park Theatre - Our cute little Cape Coral theater is a great place to see Broadway plays in Florida!
With 184 seats and 2 wheelchair spaces, Cultural Park has been showing plays, concerts, and shows since 1963.
Their season runs from September - May and you can see favorites like Barefoot in the Park, Chicago, and South Pacific.
You can also enjoy concerts from local and national performers such as the Cape Chorale and The Three Divas. Most shows sell out, so make sure you get your tickets early enough ............. or, you can get Broadway or concert season packages.
We had the pleasure of going to see the play, Jitters, and had a lovely afternoon.
Before the show, you can purchase snacks and beverages while you wait in the comfortable and nicely decorated lobby.
Acting classes are available for kids, teens, and adults as well as improv and dance classes.
They also have an art gallery with a new show hung for each new show.
There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer ....... the theater may need help with the box office, costumes, fund raising and grant writing, lights, graphics, hospitality, and production.
Consider renting the theater, lobby, and/or boardroom for your next event, meeting, recital, or party.
Showtimes are 8PM on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday; and 3PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Concert performances are on Wednesday nights at 8PM.
The box office is open Monday - Friday from 10AM-5PM, and from 11AM-3PM on performance weekends.
Get out and see a show! Go to their website to see what's showing next and to get ticket information:
Cultural Park Theatre
528 Cultural Park Blvd
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