The Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida publicly launches its campaign to raise funds for a new museum in Downtown Orlando…
Chairman of the Dr. Phillips Center Board, Jim Pugh and Chuck Steinmetz, Dr. Phillips Center Operations Committee Chairman, have responded to the Florida Theatrical Association, defending DPAC’s decision to self-present Broadway productions in Orlando.
Thousands of Central Floridians crowded into a huge white tent downtown Orlando on Thursday to participate in the ground celebration of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts (DPAC). With shovels in hand and following an evening of song and dance, DPAC Board members, government officials, private donors, community representatives and school kids broke ground at the location of the front door of the $383 million wold-class entertainment facility, the first phase of which is expected to be completed in 2013.
Minority media organizations had an opportunity on Thursday to learn more about the multi-million dollar Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, a two-block development located in the heart of downtown Orlando, set to break ground in early 2011.
Today, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts hosted the first presentation in its Center Stage Series. The update was held this morning at the Dr. Phillips Center offices across from Orlando City Hall. Nearly 100 members of the community attended the presentation, including City of Orlando Commissioner Daisy Lynum and City of Maitland Mayor Douglas Kinson.