Cultural Park Theater

528 Cultural Park Boulevard, Cape Coral, FL 33990
Phone: 239.772.5862

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Cultural Park Theater

Location: In Cape Coral, see map below.

Profile: Live Entertainment Attraction

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Description


The Cultural Park Theatre Company is Cape Coral’s community theater, offering a creative outlet for residents interested in participating in various areas of stage-craft, including acting, directing, and backstage tasks. The 184-seat theater presents a dozen productions a year. In addition to the Main Stage productions, the company also offers Second Stage productions (original works by local writers), a summer concert series, and a film festival. Check the website to see what's playing now. The theater is located at Cultural Park, a 16-acre park that also contains the Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum, the Cape Coral Art League, a rose garden, and a large open multipurpose field.

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Area Information


Cape Coral
Located west of Fort Myers across the Caloosahatchee River, Cape Coral is the largest city in Southwest Florida, with an area of 120 square miles and a population of over 165,000. This peninsula city was founded in 1957 and developed as a master-planned "bedroom" community. Access to Cape Coral is from the north via US41 or from the east via the Midpoint Bridge (at Colonial Boulevard) or Cape Coral Bridge (at College Parkway). While Cape Coral does not offer significant beach access, of significance is its miles of canals offering boaters backyard access, its community parks, several golf courses, the Cape Harbour Marina and Sun-Splash Family Water Park.



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