Art / Theater

The Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre

The Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre serves up vibrant musicals after each lunch or dinner.

239 278 4422

www.broadwaypalm.com

 

The Florida Repertory Theatre

The performing arts are presented in the historic Arcade Theatre, a charming, renovated Victorian playhouse.

239 332 4488

www.floridarep.org

 

Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall

Enjoy acts from Bill Cosby and Howie Mandel to Tony Bennett and Olivia Newton John, and concerts by The Southwest Florida Symphony.

239 481 4849

www.bbmannpah.com

 

Artis-Naples

Home of the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra and the Baker Museum Artis-Naples is the premier artist consortium in Southwest Florida, hosting more than 400 events a year including world class dance, opera, classical and popular music and Broadway musicals.

239 597 1900

www.thephil.org

 

Seminole Gulf Railway’s Murder Mystery Dinner Train

Board the Seminole Gulf Railway’s Murder Mystery Dinner Train and dine amid a hilarious “whodunnit" performance. Cocktails, fine wines and five-course dinners are served while guests help pinpoint the murderer as the mystery unfolds. The train winds north toward Punta Gorda on its three-and-a-half-hour trek, crossing the scenic Caloosahatchee River and the Intracoastal Waterway.

239 275 8487

www.semgulf.com

 

Sanibel & Captiva Islands

Tower Gallery Cooperative (Sanibel): Islandy and energetic. The cozy aura of this bright blue 1926 beach house is the perfect backdrop for showcasing the individual styles and mediums of local talent.

 

Jungle Drums (Captiva): A wildly eclectic mix of art. A tiny garden boasting bronze sculptures of dolphins sets the stage for this wildlife-inspired gallery. Inside: stunning to whimsical objets d’art.

 

2 Islands Gallery (Captiva): Bright and airy. Striking creations by 20 local artists enliven this fine art gallery renowned for paintings, photography, chic wearable art and more.

 

Downtown Fort Myers / The River District

Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center: The “gem of the River District.” This 1933 architectural icon is being reborn as an art center combining theater, music and rotating art shows.

 

Art of the Olympians: Art and sport united. Head to the riverfront for a rare opportunity to view (and own) signed, original art created by Olympiads. Inspirational rotating sports exhibitions, too.

 

Arts for ACT Gallery: Fine-n-funky. An eclectic experience blending main gallery art exhibits and back rooms filled with unique treasures. Operated by Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc.

 

Downtown Art Walk: First Fridays feature opening receptions, music and free shuttles for easy gallery hopping. Be sure to check out: the international flair of daas Gallery and the Pop art of Howl Gallery/Tattoo.

 

The Bob Rauschenberg Gallery of Fine Art at Edison College

Enjoy a variety of exhibitions at The Bob Rauschenberg Gallery of Fine Art.

239 489 9313

www.edison.edu/lee/gallery

 

Big Arts

In addition to monthly changing exhibits by Southwest Florida based artists at its Phillips and Founders Galleries, Big Arts hosts workshops, a speakers forum, an independent film series and a variety of plays and special dance and musical performances.

239 395 0900

www.bigarts.org

 

ArtFest Fort Myers

Southwest Florida’s premier fine art festival takes place in downtown Fort Myers in February. The free, two-day celebration of the arts decorates downtown with exceptional artwork, entertainment and children’s art activities.

239 768 3602

www.artfestfortmyers.com 

 

Bonita Springs National Art Festivals

Bonita Springs National Art Festivals are held in January and March and feature the artwork of 206 national and international artists.

239 495 8989

www.artinusa.com/bonita

Area Activities

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