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Fort Walton Beach, FL

428 Mary Esther Cut Off NW Unit A,
Fort Walton Beach, FL
32548, United States
(850) 374-3769

Gulf Breeze, FL

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Stage Crafters Community Theatre

Located within the Fort Walton Beach Heritage Park and Cultural Center, Indian Temple Mound and Museum offers visitors an overview of 14,000 years of Native American history. The museum is home to one of the Southeastern United States’ most important collections of prehistoric ceramics. The museum also offers visitors the chance to see the remains of an important settlement dating back to the 1300s. 

The Indian Temple Mound is a massive mound that served as a ceremonial center and was the burial place of elites. The site was originally surrounded by an entire town. This mound lay dormant for more than a century until the Civil War. In 1964, the site was named a National Historic Landmark. The mound was built in a wattle and daub construction. Several buildings were built on top of the mound, including the chief’s residence. The site was abandoned by its original builders in the late 1600s. Click for more info

Today, the Indian Temple Mound and Museum is home to more than 10,000 artifacts. These items include the remains of early settlers and pre-Columbian Indians. The Museum also features artifacts from European explorers, pirates, and Native Americans. The museum has a large collection of Native American pottery, as well as artwork from early settlers and pirates.

The Indian Temple Mound and Museum is one of four museums located in the Fort Walton Beach area. The other museums are the Civil War Exhibits Building, Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum, and the Garnier Post Office Museum. The museum is open to visitors of all ages, but admission fees vary. The museum also offers discounts for military personnel with ID.

The Indian Temple Mound and Museum has been a historic landmark in the area for many years. The museum was established in 1962 and features a collection of more than 1,000 Native American artifacts. The museum also features interpretative exhibits on 12,000 years of Native American history. The museum is handicapped accessible. The museum also has a hands-on exhibition center where visitors can learn how to drill and use fire. The museum also features a comprehensive research library. Browse around this site

Located in the Fort Walton Beach Florida area, the Stage Crafters Community Theatre has been staging engaging performances for more than four decades. The troupe will be presenting the Young Frankenstein show in the not-so-near future. The theater is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday from 7:30 to 2:00 p.m. The stage is located at 107 Miracle Strip Parkway SW.

The Stage Crafters website has an impressive list of awards, including the coveted award for the best musical theater company in the Emerald Coast region. This small troupe produces the occasional large-scale musical. The group is made up of volunteers, most of whom are local residents. In the early years, the theater rehearsed in community members’ driveways, empty storefronts, and church basements. They’ve been around a while and have a knack for the big and small.

The Stage Crafters community theatre has the honor of being the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts group to put on a glitzy musical. The company also has a cast and crew of all ages. They’ve produced a fair share of schtuff, including the aforementioned show, a play about 9/11, a Jewish heritage play, and a play based on the Arthur legend. The group is a community organization that encourages members to hone their craft. The best part is, they never charge a penny.

The Stage Crafters Community Theatre is an affable group of theatre buffs who take pride in producing a quality show for the community. The stage is located at 107 Miracle Parkway SW in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The group’s small staff has been delivering quality entertainment to the Emerald Coast for over four decades. The theater is the brainchild of Bobby Escamilla, music director at South Walton High School. The group’s motto is “A Little Light, A Little Loud, A Little Longer.” They’ve got big and small. The stage has a lot to offer, including a large warehouse for storage, an enviable production budget, and a slew of talented amateurs and professionals.