The Orlando theatre scene welcomes the upcoming production of Anne of Green Gables at the Orlando REP Theatre (The REP). Originally written in 1908 by Canadian author L.M. Montgomery, this tale has withstood the test of time through multiple renditions in both TV and film. The enchanting story of love, loss, and friendship has been adapted from a book all the way to the big screen—and you can see it live on stage from January 27 to February 23.
The Classic Tale
As with most great classics, this story is the perfect fit for attendees of all ages. Anne of Green Gables follows the journey of a young orphan girl named Anne who finds herself thrown into a new home with new guardians. While trying to adjust to a change of scenery and a changing lifestyle, she faces a few obstacles. Because of her bright red hair and freckles, Anne struggles to fit in as she navigates school, friendships, and growing up in a small-town home. In the live adaption of the timeless tale, her stubborn self-preservation could set her on the path to true love or total regret.
The Local Theatre
Located right next to the Orlando Science Center, The REP has been entertaining the Central Florida community since it was founded in December 1925. Known for its commitment to Orlando youth and students, the theatre participates in several Central Florida outreach programs, hosts accessibility services, and offers discounted rates to extend theatre access to local schools. Central Florida students can even have their writing adapted into productions and participate in the Orlando theatre community right at The REP.
The Perfect Stay
A perfect night out at The REP can be made even better by reserving a room at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Thanks to first-class amenities and competitive pricing, you can indulge in the red-carpet lifestyle while staying within the budget that fits your everyday lifestyle. To book the stay that pairs perfectly with this classic production, click the “Check Room Availability” button above or call us at 407-996-8585.