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Shakes takes it outside with spring productions at Walt Disney Amphitheater

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Orlando Shakes has announced that it will be staging two productions at the Walt Disney Amphitheater at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando in 2021.

The theater company will be staging productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream from March 31-April 11 and Little Shop of Horrors from May 5-23.

“The current pandemic has been devastating to the arts community.” says Douglas Love-Ramos, managing director at Orlando Shakes. “These Lake Eola performances will create approximately 100 jobs, with full-time employees returning to work and the creation of new contracts for performers and craftsmen. We owe our thanks to our friends at City of Orlando Families, Parks and Recreation for helping us to coordinate our return to Lake Eola.” 

Orlando Shakes started back in 1989 with an annual season of Shakespeare productions at Lake Eola before moving into its City-owned venue at Loch Haven Park.

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Orlando Shakes has announced that it will be staging two productions at the Walt Disney Amphitheater at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando in 2021.

The theater company will be staging productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream from March 31-April 11 and Little Shop of Horrors from May 5-23.

“The current pandemic has been devastating to the arts community.” says Douglas Love-Ramos, managing director at Orlando Shakes. “These Lake Eola performances will create approximately 100 jobs, with full-time employees returning to work and the creation of new contracts for performers and craftsmen. We owe our thanks to our friends at City of Orlando Families, Parks and Recreation for helping us to coordinate our return to Lake Eola.” 

Orlando Shakes started back in 1989 with an annual season of Shakespeare productions at Lake Eola before moving into its City-owned venue at Loch Haven Park.

Click HERE for more information.