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Stage Door Theatre

8036 W. Sample Rd. Coral Springs, FL 33065 | Coral Springs | 954-344-7765

Location Description:

Situated near a supermarket, a sports bar, and a bowling alley in a Coral Springs strip mall, the Stage Door enjoys a prime location for the suburban everyman looking to expand his cultural horizons. The theater's repertoire, however, has all the edge of a circle, playing to an elderly demographic that just can't get enough Neil Simon comedies and mothballed Broadway musicals. The venue has two adjacent theaters, a stage for large-scale spectacles, and a smaller black box for intimate plays. Keep an eye on both; every now and then, a compelling piece of musical theater will emerge.


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