Listings: Theater groups and dance companies 

Some vital performing arts groups around town that don't have a fixed address.

Baggy Pants Theater

Community theater group with a focus on social outreach.

Beth Marshall Presents

The longtime Fringe Festival producer has formed her own company, producing an ambitious slate of plays and events.

Center for Contemporary Dance

Home to resident modern dance companies Moore Dance Project, U-Turn Dance Company, Explore Theatre & Dance Co. and Coby Project.

Central Florida Community Arts

This very inclusive musical arts organization believes every artist of every age should have a cultural platform to connect and perform.

Dark Side of Saturn

Edgy musical theater company launched in 2012 by Nick Baniewich.

Emotions Dance Company

A contemporary dance company that seeks to engage social and environmental issues.

Empty Spaces Theater Co.

John DiDonna and Seth Kubersky lead a group known for producing challenging contemporary works.

Florida Opera Theatre

FOT stages chamber operas and recitals in collaboration with Orlando Philharmonic and other Florida opera groups.

Greater Orlando Actors Theatre

The GOAT Group seeks to provoke reflection on contemporary events through traditional and avant-garde productions.


A Victorian steampunk circus troupe offering "macabre and delicious Halloween treats and tricks."

Playwrights' Round Table

The mission of the writers group is to find and nurture new playwrights and their works and give a home to new stage works.

Theatre Downtown

Though they lost their longtime home at the corner of Orange and Princeton at he end of 2014, TD is still producing shows.

Voci Dance

The modern dance company specializes in presenting theatrical experiences incorporating original music and elaborate set and costume design.

Wanzie Presents

Local impresario Michael Wanzie presents camp classics at the Parliament House gay resort, as well as producing his own works around town.

Yow Dance

Contemporary dance troupe performs original and repertory works.

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