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The Seminole Cultural Arts Theatre Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for the 458-seat historic Seminole Theatre.

About Us

The history of the Seminole Theatre dates back to the early 1920′s when a Homestead pioneer by the name of James Washington English, along with Henry Booker, Sr., built the Theatre on Krome Avenue in the center of downtown Homestead. The Theatre originally opened on November 26, 1921 as a cinema, primarily showing the then popular silent movies. The Seminole Theatre quickly became the place to go for entertainment and social gatherings in South Dade County and the upper Keys.

Our Mission

The restoration of the Seminole Theatre is a complex and ambitious project. As more than the simple renovation of an historic theatre, the design includes the construction of three new buildings and an orchestra pit as well as the renovation of the historic main stage theatre. To guide the board of directors, goals, objectives, and a mission statement were developed and pursued.

Our Vision

Destined to serve our community at so many levels, the Theatre will have a great cultural and economic impact in the region and specifically on downtown Homestead.

Our Events / Projects

The Seminole Theatre will offer a state-of-the art performance facility with a multiplicity of community and regional functions and events. Film, dance, music, and drama will be presented.

Working in conjunction with business, civic, cultural, educational, governmental and religious institutions, the Seminole Cultural Arts Theatre will rent (and in limited circumstances, donate) the Theatre's facilities for classes, conferences, forums, workshops, ceremonies, lectures, literary presentations, meetings and similar endeavors.

The Seminole Theatre will work with the Dade and Monroe County School Boards, as well as independent schools, to enhance the cultural education of students.

Our Location

18 N Krome Ave, Homestead, Florida 33030