To continue preservation of The Seminole Theatre as an architectural treasure of our Historic Downtown Homestead, and to promote the Theatre as the community's cultural center for many years to come
to provide support for community programming, educational opportunities, and related events to build upon the Theatre's impact and service to our culturally diverse community
This is a live shot of the first production from the Seminole Theatre players, HAIRSPRAY.
Artist in the Spotlight program displays local artists in the Seminole Theatre lobby
The Camp Seminole Conservatory provides arts education for youth in the South Dade area
Seminole Theatre Players
The Seminole Theatre Players are the resident community theatre group of the Seminole Theatre. Launched in 2017, the Seminole Theatre successfully played its first production of HAIRSPRAY to sold out audiences in August 2017, and now plans to extend to multiple productions per year.
Camp Seminole Conservatory
The Camp Seminole Conservatory was launched in 2017 at the newly renovated Seminole Theatre to provide an affordable performing arts program for youth. The conservatory ran for two 4-week sessions over the summer of 2017, each ending in a show on the Seminole Theatre stage, performed and produced by the campers.
The conservatory has aims to not only return in summer of 2018, but expand to holiday sessions and even semester long after-school and/or weekend programs.
Artist in the Spotlight
Partnering with the City of Homestead, the Artist in the Spotlight program promotes local artists by providing them a venue (the Seminole Theatre) in which to display artwork publicly. Each artist is given a two month display window, has a chance to present at a City Council meeting, and has a free opening night gallery reception thrown for them.
Dr Linda R Fagan
Executive Director, Seminole Theatre
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.