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Gulfshore Playhouse proposes partnership with city on new parking garage Gulfshore Playhouse hopes to have a new theater within the next three years and, to go with it, a new parking garage courtesy of the city of Naples. In November 2017, Gulfshore Playhouse closed on 3 acres at the corner of First Avenue South and Goodlette-Frank Road to build a new 56,000-square-foot theater...

Cleveland builder to help oversee construction of $45M theater project
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Cleveland builder to help oversee construction of $45M theater project

Cleveland builder to help oversee construction of $45M theater project Gulfshore Playhouse named a construction industry veteran chairman of the building committee for its Next Stage Capital Campaign. Tony Panzica, a member of the professional regional theater’s board of directors, has overseen a major renovation and expansion of the Cleveland Museum of Art as president...

In tight quarters, Gulfshore Playhouse’s plans for new downtown Naples theater advance
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In tight quarters, Gulfshore Playhouse’s plans for new downtown Naples theater advance

In tight quarters, Gulfshore Playhouse’s plans for new downtown Naples theater advance As she squeezes behind a cramped stage at Gulfshore Playhouse, Kristen Coury shows one of the biggest reasons she wants to build a new home for her professional theater. There’s not enough room anywhere — for anything — at the current site, a makeshift theater tucked inside The Norris...

2018 was Southwest Florida arts groups’ year for building, rebuilding, getting ready for building
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2018 was Southwest Florida arts groups’ year for building, rebuilding, getting ready for building

2018 was Southwest Florida arts groups’ year for building, rebuilding, getting ready for building Gulfshore Playhouse founder Kristen Coury has had a building in mind for the Playhouse since its founding in May 2004. A $10 million donation from Patty and Jay Baker put that dream on wheels, and the theater board bought 3 acres...