The Plaza Theatre
425 North Bumby Avenue, Orlando 32803
Slightly to the east of downtown Orlando, in a renovated 60s-era movie house, the Plaza Theatre is devoted to presenting “family-friendly” live theater.
Their opening show, The Rock and the Rabbi, an acoustic rock retelling of the relationship between Jesus and his disciple Peter, proved so popular that it ran for years. Recently, the theater booked in the long-running Menopause: The Musical. Just in case Menopause doesn’t last, the Rock and the Rabbi production team is readying David, another Biblically themed show. From time to time, the theater may be rented to another show or concert.
Shows at the Plaza are presented on a rather erratic schedule. Typically there are shows on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on Saturday and Sunday. There are frequent “blackout dates,” so it’s worth checking the box office or web site to make sure. Tickets are $36 and up depending on location in the 860-seat house.
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