As a historic performing arts organization in PBC, the Lake Worth Playhouse transforms its 1920s theatre into a historic Speakeasy for just one night of fun and festive impropriety!
On January 23rd at 7pm come out to the Lake Worth Playhouse for a night of drinking, hors d'oeuvres, casino-style gambling, jazz and cabaret performances and an interactive theatrical murder-mystery experience at the vintage speakeasy in a 1920s theater featuring historical greats Cole Porter and Charlie Chaplin. Remember to tell the doorman, Jodie sent you!
Tickets are $35 and they are available At 561.586.6410 or online at www.lakeworthplayhouse.org.
Lake Worth Playhouse is a non-profit community theatre with a diverse array of offerings, including dramas, comedies, musicals, area premieres, Broadway favorites, children's shows, ballets and operas on film, live concerts, improv comedy and alternative programming. In addition to its main stage theatrical fare, The Playhouse presents year-round independent and foreign films in the Stonzek Theatre, an intimate black-box style theatre equipped with a large viewing screen and high-definition projection.
The Playhouse is proud to offer a variety of educational programs for adults and children, as well as community outreach initiatives that bring cultural programs into the neighborhoods of underserved youth and also make theatre available free of charge for disadvantaged citizens in the community. PLAYHOUSE HISTORY
Since opening its doors in 1953, The Lake Worth Playhouse has had many talented performers grace its stage throughout the decades. Located in the heart of Palm Beach County, Florida's Cultural Capitol, the Lake Worth Playhouse is an artistic milestone. We are proud to be called the home of talented artists and performers, dedicated volunteers and a loyal and ever-growing population of patrons and donors.