Orlando's oldest and arguably most esteemed theater houses three separate auditoriums that cater to all tastes.. Complex Complex The Civic contains three impressive theaters: the 330-seat Edyth Bush Amphitheatre, which holds Broadway-type productions; the 100-seat Tupperware Theater, a black box auditorium; and the enormous 350-seat Densch Theatre, which supplies a home for the Civic's popular Family Classics Series. In addition, the Civic's spacious lobby hosts a cafe and several tables and couches--perfect for whiling away the time before a show.
Something for Everyone On any given week, you'll find three simultaneous productions playing, one for mainstream audiences, one for children and one for the avante garde. It's also one of the only places in Orlando that runs performances during the week (rather than weekends only), making it a popular stop for field trips.
History Lesson The Civic, Central Florida's oldest theater, formed in the mid-'20s and quickly found success in a community where theater was practically non-existent. It soon saw its popularity and reputation soar.