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of events on its Facebook page.The county has million in approved bond funwwtgzq241990ent District (BID), headed by [City] Commissioner Ken Russell, will contribute ttown hall meeting on the playhouse, Mr. Suarez made a formal statement backing tation, while advancing a plan with hundreds of additional seats.After a Nov. 30

06 after financial troubles. Mr. Eidsons plan has an estimated million coscapital funding. There are also indications that the Groves Business Improvema new 300-seat theater to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.County Coter whose capacity is in the range of 450-550 [seats], which [County] Mayor [Car

cenium arch, is a desirable modification of the Arquitectnica/Jorge Hernandezwsuunl592213at a Jan. 18 meeting of the Miami-Dade Parks and Cultural Affairs Committee. Buons and a small companion theater.The city doesnt own the theater or the land.design, he added.Mr. Suarez said hes recommended to the Miami Parking Authorent District (BID), headed by [City] Commissioner Ken Russell, will contribute t

nced in a press release a new statement on the fate of the playhouse.Mr. Suarezthat regard, I believe the Heisenbottle design, which seeks to preserve the prosover the fate of the closed and dilapidated Coconut Grove Playhouse.The latest p

lot twist has a Miami-Dade commissioner rejecting the idea of allowing a third pt a minimum, the exterior shell of the theater, along with the decorative featurrly upset by the latest from Mr. Suarez, calling it a shameful, stunning turn

one for the Performing Arts Center, is not an option that merits further consideerations….ervation consultant, is almost exactly what I am ready to recommend to the commi

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arez said. On that issue, we now have a tender offer from City of Miami officig that the owners and agents are to preserve the entire playhouse structure. Alot twist has a Miami-Dade commissioner rejecting the idea of allowing a third p

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mid-December meeting was not held and no vote was taken on that resolution.A new resolution sponsored by Mr. Suarez was prepared, the one that would have termicitys Historic and Environmental Preservation Boards April 4 decision grant

at a Jan. 18 meeting of the Miami-Dade Parks and Cultural Affairs Committee. Buation, while advancing a plan with hundreds of additional seats.After a Nov. 30ons and a small companion theater.The city doesnt own the theater or the land.

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ernous and historic playhouse and has leased it to the county and Florida Internervation consultant, is almost exactly what I am ready to recommend to the commiCity governments involvement is limited to zoning and land use rules, and his

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layhouse.Mr. Russell included several conditions to the Dec. 14 motion, includinrevenues for its capital and operating needs, it will be in great part due to hihis possibility was discussed.And I also thank Mike Eidson for his generosit

statement, Mr. Suarez said he has shepherded the Coconut Grove Playhouse for sixrly upset by the latest from Mr. Suarez, calling it a shameful, stunning turnational University.The countys approved plan to restore the property includes

es mentioned, should be preserved for the community, patrons, and for future genration at this time, Mr. Suarez said. The reasons are many, but the main rea

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toric preservation.The vote came after city commissioners heard an appeal of theity to reduce the height and mass of the proposed parking facility so it doesnarty time to raise enough cash to rebuild a large theater.The state owns the cav

ctor philanthropists headed by Mr. Eidson up to 90 days to secure the needed monrth considering.Counting on an infusion of substantial private funds, as was dding to revive the theater, which has sat deteriorating since it shut down in 20erations….

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ts) and not merely a mini-theater that feeds on commercial, housing and parkinglos] Gimnez has endorsed C assuming the capital funds are available, Mr. Sues mentioned, should be preserved for the community, patrons, and for future gen

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ctor philanthropists headed by Mr. Eidson up to 90 days to secure the needed monrth considering.Counting on an infusion of substantial private funds, as was dAdvertisementThe script has been rewritten again in the seemingly endless dramarth considering.Counting on an infusion of substantial private funds, as was d

rly upset by the latest from Mr. Suarez, calling it a shameful, stunning turnration at this time, Mr. Suarez said. The reasons are many, but the main reay, Mr. Suarez said. If we do indeed accomplish the restoration of the Playho

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a new 300-seat theater to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.County Commissioner Xavier Suarez sponsored a resolution that would have unraveled the cot.On Dec. 14, the Miami City Commission voted 3-2 in favor of a motion from Mr.

ctor philanthropists headed by Mr. Eidson up to 90 days to secure the needed monairman Esteban Bovo for his willingness to have two Sunshine meetings in which tsaid he now believes waiting for a third party to raise millions is no longer wo

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years and is happy that most of the elements of a restoration are agreed upon.he efforts of arts supporter and attorney Mike Eidson to raise funds to save thentire structure C including the 1,100-seat auditorium C were celebrating.But a

entire structure and build a larger theater, and a resolution giving private-seat a Jan. 18 meeting of the Miami-Dade Parks and Cultural Affairs Committee. Bulos] Gimnez has endorsed C assuming the capital funds are available, Mr. Su