Everything You Need To Enjoy In The Heights

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Here are the answer to most of your questions to enjoy your visit to our production of In the Heights.

Show Times:

  • Friday, June 5 at 8pm
  • Saturday, June 6 at 8pm
  • Sunday, June 7 at 2pm
  • Friday, June 12 at 8pm
  • Saturday, June 13 at 8pm
  • Sunday, June 14 at 2pm

In the Heights runs 2 hours and 25 minutes with one 15 minute intermission.
John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center at the Margeson Theater
812 E Rollins St, Orlando, FL 32803

812 E Rollins St, Orlando, FL 32803
812 E Rollins St, Orlando, FL 32803








There is ample free parking between the Orlando Museum of Art and the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center

All seating is first come, first served. All tickets are held at the box office which opens 30 mins before showtimes.
Ticket prices: $25 for Adults and $20 for Students and Seniors with identification.
Tickets can be purchased here:



Wheelchair Accessibility
The Margeson Theater is wheelchair accessible.

All ticket sales are final. We will gladly change your tickets to another performance if seats are available. Unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.

There will be snacks, candy, soft drinks and water on sale before the performance and during intermission.


In The Heights

In the Heights.artworkGreater Orlando Actors Theatre and Baggy Pants Theater are proud to present In The Heights at to John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Theater in the Margeson Theater from June 5 through June 14.

In the Heights is a musical with music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, and a book by Quiara Alegría Hudes. The story is set over the course of three day in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. A young storeowner watches the joys and heartbreaks of his tight-knit community as they pass through his bodega. In the Heights is the winner of four Tony Awards including: Best Musical, Best Original Score, Best Choreography (Andy Blankenbuehler), and Best Orchestrations (Alex Lacamoire and Bill Sherman). It won a Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album. It was also nominated for the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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Theater With A Mission

One of the things that we have always felt strongly in as a theater company is to have theater that also has a mission.   In the past that has meant performing for terminally ill children, giving to free HIV testing and talk backs about bullying.
Most recently Baggy Pants Theater and Greater Orlando Actors Theatre joined forces to present The Elephant Man.   Money was earmarked at performances for specific organizations from our ticket sales.   We are proud to announce that Baggy Pants Theater and G.O.A.T. raised over $1000.00 that will be distributed to: The Coalition of the Homeless,  Hope Helps, Diebel Legacy Fund and the ALS Association.   Thank you for supporting these amazing organization and our show.


What they Are Saying About the Elephant Man

Elephant Man  Paul Jason Marion“In the lead role, Paul Castaneda admirably doesn’t condescend to his character’s limitations but shows us the man within. There’s an innocence to his face that lets the audience see him absorb the strictures of Victorian society from those around him — but question them, too.” ~Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel

“What anchors this production, and makes it worth watching to the end, is the impressively invested performance by Paul Castaneda, who embodies Merrick’s tortured physiology through posture, facial expression and expressive breathing, rather than prosthetic makeup.” ~Seth Kubersky, Orlando Weekly

“Saw it last night. Jason Skinner, my friend, as Dr. Frederick Treves; just amazing performance! Major kudos to the rest of the cast. I’m not FB friends with all of you but you were wonderful!” Don’t miss it!”
~C G Moore, audience member

“Paul Castaneda you are John Merrick. You left me in awe. Jason Skinner you continue to amaze me.”
~G C Sicoli, audience member

“Awesome show tonight!!! It’s a must see……”
~K M Bridges, audience member

elephant man paul and jason“Last night I had the opportunity to watch an interpretation of the “The Elephant Man” produced by Greater Orlando Actors Theater and Baggy Pants Theater. I cannot give this performance higher praise!
Actor Paul Castaneda portrayed John Merrick so powerfully, there was not a dry eye in the house. He didn’t hide behind make-up or prosthetics but instead morphed his body and voice to great effect.”
~P. Diebel, audience member

“Absolutely stellar performance!!! I rate it a 10/10. GO TO THIS SHOW! I cannot possibly give it justice – a true “must see” if you live anywhere near Orlando.”
~C Shaffer, audience member

“Castaneda’s Merrick, a man imprisoned inside his own body, is most alive during moments of connection with Treves (Jason Skinner) and Kendal (Marion C. Marsh).”
~Seth Kubersky, Orlando Weekly

IMG_2246x“Marion C. Marsh, as the actress, is warmhearted without being gooey. She intriguingly blends Mrs. Kendall’s sympathetic nature with intellectual curiosity and a hint of subversiveness.”
~Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel


What’s Next???

IMG_2039xBaggy Pants Theater in association with Greater Orlando Actors Theatre was excited about the success of our first collaboration of The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance.  In the true spirit of community theater we raised over $1000 for local charities.   What’s next???

Baggy Pants Theater and Greater Orlando Actors Theatre will be making a major announcement in the next couple of days about our next collaboration.   Stay tuned!