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Osceola Center for the Arts

A great place to visit in the Orlando area is the Osceola Center for the Arts in Kissimmee.

The Center’s goal “is to promote interest and participation in the arts”.

Broadway Series Plays

This center has something for everyone in the family, including Broadway Series plays, classes and shows for both children, and adults.

A couple of Broadway Series shows currently scheduled during the year are, Anything Goes, and Guys and Dolls.

Later in the year, there is the 2013 summer series.

There are several shows just for children scheduled, including 101 Dalmatians and Disney’s Alice in Wonderland.

Tickets

The price for tickets to the Broadway Series is very reasonable, adults $21, seniors $18, and students $15.

The Children’s shows are $5 and $10.

If there is a budding actor or actress in the family, sign them up at the Center Children’s Theatre for $150.

There are several other classes for children to satisfy any special interest, including Kids and Clay or musical instruction.

Don’t miss the annual 2013 Art Festival this year.

Mark your calendar for November 16 and 17 and check out the other two art shows during the year, Osceola Student Art Show in April and a Juried Art Show in May.

This is an exciting place for creative inspiration for both children and adults.

If you live in the area, buy a membership and take advantage of discounts for Center patrons.

For more information on membership, shows, and classes, check out the website at http://ocfta.com/  .

2013 Schedule

February 22 - March 10 Anything Goes
March 17 Big Band Spring Concert
April 5 - 14 The Foreigner
May 3 - 19 Guys And Dolls
April 21 Center Singers Spring Concert

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Location

The Center is located at 2411 E. Hwy 192 between Kissimmee & St. Cloud

Phone: 407.846.6257

Center Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm*
*Closed for lunch from noon-1pm


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