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Maltz Jupiter Theatre

1001 East Indiantown Road
561-743-2666

MISSION

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is a professional not-for-profit regional theatre dedicated to the performing arts whose mission is to entertain, educate and inspire our community.

ABOUT

The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to performance, production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. The state's largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre’s performances have drawn rave reviews from media outlets across the world.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre began in October 2001, when its landmark building was acquired by the not-for-profit Palm Beach Playhouse, Inc., formed by a small group rallying to revive theater in Jupiter. Within weeks, a small staff and devoted base of more than 100 volunteers had formed, dedicated to supporting the Theatre. By 2007, the volunteer team had swelled to 500.



Reviews

Mark Lacatena

Rating:
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Good live regional theater. The house is intimate and the seats are raked so all seats have good sight lines. Booster seats are available for shorter patrons. Assisted listening devices and phone app are available. Overflow parking is free and a shuttle runs to the theater. We've seen two musicals there. The cast is a mix of national tour, regional theater, and local professionals. The set designers, costumers, musicians, and other staff do good work. Both performances were excellent and appreciated by the audience. If you enjoy live theater and are in the area you should see a performance. You won't be disappointed.

Jeffrey Karp

Rating:
Friday, April 20, 2018
Dirty, soiled, and abused. Last evening I attended a free ARC performance of Three Points of Contact. There were 12 actors on stage - all reading from their script books - and 7 average musicians. Not one song or character was memorable, although I did have trouble getting to sleep, whilst trying to forget what I had witnessed. The audience was assaulted with the proposition that monogamy and dedication to another living feeling sole was passe and outdated. I am not a prude and certainly understand there are alternative life styles and definitions of love. However, the writers are part of what I call the ME ONLY generation. By this I mean what is good only for me and to hell with anyone else. I assume they have never lifted their faces out of their electronic screens long enough to realize there is another real world out there. Forcing their "I only" views on the audience was an abomination. They confuse Love with the animal act of sex. In actuality Love and Sex are complex neurochemical reactions in the limbic system of the brain. I can only assume that too many hours of screen time and lack of interpersonal socialization has shrunken this part of their brains. I hope they have parents willing to support them for many years, as their combined talent will fit nicely on the tip of a pin, or a similarly shaped body part.

Joseph Weiss

Rating:
Friday, May 25, 2018
Wonderful place! Great shows. Profeesional

Barbara Dickerson

Rating:
Friday, March 23, 2018
SOUTH PACIFIC WAS PHENOMENAL. LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF THE MOST ENTHUSIASTIC AND COLORFUL PERFORMANCE. THANKS, MALTZ, FOR THE GREAT EVENING AT THE THEATRE.

Mackenson Beaubrun

Rating:
Monday, Jan. 15, 2018
I love ♡ love ♡ love ♡ love ♡ love ♡ this place that always have excellent shows and they workers there are exceptional. The lobby is very lovely the bathroom is clean and smell very nice. I highly recommend this place because I always enjoyed myself and the shows I promise you won't regret it if you give them a try.

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