Theatre Downtown Orlando, Florida is one of many theaters in the city. It was opened in 1989 at 2113 North Orange Avenue. The first production at the theater was David Mamet's American Buffalo. Other performances have included the Tempest and the Grapes of Wrath. Orlando Weekly voted the Theatre Downtown as the Best Local Repertory Company for 2001. The goal of the theater and company is to offer stimulating and entertaining shows for audiences around the world.
Box office hours are 1pm to 6pm Wednesday through Saturdays. The box office is always open a half hour before a performance. Performances are on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Thursday through Saturday performances are at 8pm. Sunday offers matinees at 2:30pm. Admission will vary from $16 to $22 based on the performances. The first Thursday of the season the tickets are always $10. Parking is south of the theater at two street level lots.
The theatre is pretty standard for seating with its box like formation. There is seating on three sides of the stage with three levels on left and right sides. There is a fourth level in the center location in order to provide plenty of seats for potential guests and parties.