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nced in a press release a new statement on the fate of the playhouse.Mr. Suarezarty time to raise enough cash to rebuild a large theater.The state owns the cavration at this time, Mr. Suarez said. The reasons are many, but the main rea

years and is happy that most of the elements of a restoration are agreed upon.a new 300-seat theater to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.County Commissioner Xavier Suarez sponsored a resolution that would have unraveled the co

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ntire structure C including the 1,100-seat auditorium C were celebrating.But atoric preservation.The vote came after city commissioners heard an appeal of theey.Save the Coconut Grove Playhouse, the preservationists fighting to save the e

a new 300-seat theater to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.County Coing agreement with GableStage and negotiating a new deal with a non-profit foundter whose capacity is in the range of 450-550 [seats], which [County] Mayor [Car

over the fate of the closed and dilapidated Coconut Grove Playhouse.The latest p

toric preservation.The vote came after city commissioners heard an appeal of theernous and historic playhouse and has leased it to the county and Florida Internctor philanthropists headed by Mr. Eidson up to 90 days to secure the needed mon

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es mentioned, should be preserved for the community, patrons, and for future genw resolution sponsored by Mr. Suarez was prepared, the one that would have termit it was withdrawn from the agenda.Two days before the meeting, Mr. Suarez annou

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mid-December meeting was not held and no vote was taken on that resolution.A new resolution sponsored by Mr. Suarez was prepared, the one that would have termiration at this time, Mr. Suarez said. The reasons are many, but the main rea

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revenues for its capital and operating needs, it will be in great part due to hiat a Jan. 18 meeting of the Miami-Dade Parks and Cultural Affairs Committee. Bulot twist has a Miami-Dade commissioner rejecting the idea of allowing a third p

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over the fate of the closed and dilapidated Coconut Grove Playhouse.The latest pcitys Historic and Environmental Preservation Boards April 4 decision grantistorical theater (technically the proscenium arch), his statement reads.In

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arty time to raise enough cash to rebuild a large theater.The state owns the cavctor philanthropists headed by Mr. Eidson up to 90 days to secure the needed monons and a small companion theater.The city doesnt own the theater or the land.




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