Orlando’s Renaissance Theater Company to Debut Ivanhoe’s New Performance Space with ‘Nosferatu’ in October | Art Stories + Interviews | Orlando

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from Orlando Renaissance Theater Company found a new headquarters in Ivanhoe Village, transforming a Princeton Street warehouse into a new theater space. And they’re gonna christen it with a dramatization of the seminal vampire movie. Nosferatus.

As reported by Bungalowerthe purchase of the warehouse 415 E.Princeton St. is expected to be finalized on September 7, but appears to be anything but a done deal with events already announced.

Renaissance published a presentation video of their new home on their Facebook page on Wednesday, teasing some of their layout plans for the building: a costume/stage shop, a smaller rehearsal space/performing venue, a lobby bar/cabaret, and a theater main can accommodate about 200 people.

There will be a fundraising event on September 10 and 11 with performances and an exclusive tour of the facility, but the real debut of the space will be a production of Nosferatus, reimagined as a theatrical “immersive horror experience” that will run from October 1-31, just in time for Halloween.

Guests of Renaissance Theater Company productions will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to attending an event.

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