A Treasury of Arts and Culture.
Few retirement communities are surrounded
by so many cultural gems.
“We like the fact that we have easy access to shopping, continuing education at FAU, cultural activities, and golf and tennis.”- Sol & Una E, Residents for two years:
For the Arts
The Norton Museum of Art includes outdoor sculpture, photography, Chinese, American, European impressionists, contemporary, Renaissance and Baroque pieces.
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, features more than 100 works by local sculptor Ann Weaver Norton.
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is one of the premier performing arts centers in the Southeast, is home Ballet Florida, Miami City Ballet, Palm Beach Broadway Series, Palm Beach Opera, and the Palm Beach Pops.
Palm Beach Opera produces four operas and a vocal competition each season, from December through April.
Bob Lappin and the Palm Beach Pops perform the timeless music of the American Songbook, from Gershwin to Manilow to Sinatra, in 36 concerts from November through April. http://www.palmbeachpops.org/
The Palm Beach Improv Comedy Club features the nation's hottest stand-up comedians.
Crest Theatre, in the restored 1925 Delray High School building at Old School Square, presents professional theatre, music, dance, lectures and Broadway cabaret.
The Cuillo Centre for the Arts is the only legitimate theatre for live performances in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. It offers pre-Broadway shows and American Premieres, along with concerts, play readings and special events.
Duncan Theatre at PBCC celebrates live performances with world-class modern dance, jazz & popular music concerts and family entertainment.
Florida Stage is a professional theatre company, presenting plays, play readings, art and educational programs.