Comfort Inn Carmel By the Sea
Ocean Ave & Torres St.
Carmel, CA 93921
Phone: (831) 622-7090
Fax: (831) 622-7044
Ocean Ave & Torres St., Carmel, CA, US, 93921
- Phone: (831) 622-7090
- Fax: (831) 622-7044
A 50 seat theater, the Indoor Forest shows both classic and contemporary plays. The theater has shown internationally recognized productions such as Vaclav Havel's "Temptation", a retelling of the famous Faust legend. This intimate theater is also known for having School of the Dramatic Arts classes.
Built in 1910, this amphitheater (and the oldest community theater in the west) provides outstanding acoustics in a breathtaking setting on Santa Rita and Mountain View. The theater has great events, including musicals, plays, films and more!
Everything from photographic exhibits to Bach performances takes place at this arts complex in downtown Carmel. It is one of the largest venues in the town, and it hosts countless events large and small throughout the year (not the least of which is an annual series of concerts by the Monterey County Symphony). The on-site Center for Photographic Art has ongoing exhibitions, while the lecture hall attracts speakers from around the world. Annual events include the Carmel Performing Arts Festival and the renowned Carmel Bach Festival. See website for more info.
From its home base at the Sunset Cultural Center, this symphony serves the small but prestigious community of Carmel, as well as neighboring communities along the Monterey Peninsula. Under current musical director Max Bragado-Darman's direction, the talented members of the Symphony continue to present diverse and daring pieces of new music, as well as plenty of favorites from the past. See website for more.
This Monterey County theater company operates year round presenting a variety of plays from original works to classic and contemporary shows, to world and children's theater. At its Web site you can catch a glimpse of the performance schedule for the next three years as well as the current schedule and ticket prices. Call the box office for tickets (prices vary) when you are in the South Bay Area. See website for more.
This 120-seat round stage venue showcases a wide variety of works - from classics to experimental theater. It is located just below the Golden Bough Theatre, both of which stage shows from the Pacific Repertory Theatre company.
The historic building that houses the Golden Bough Theatre was occupied by the Carmel Arts and Crafts Club for nearly one hundred years. It continues its legacy as a center for creativity as a performance site for the Pacific Repertory Theatre. The Circle Theatre, a round stage venue, is located just below the Golden Bough playhouse.
The organization's motto is "Be Dazzled," and you will. For decades, world-class chamber music ensembles have graced stages as part of one of their many programs. Past performers have included the Mozart Piano Quartet, the Takacs String Quartet and Quartetto Gelato. The selections range from early baroque to contemporary and all are performed with virtuoso skill and passion. Lodging/dining packages are available in conjunction with some of the area's most charming hotels. Additionally, the organization hosts competitions and sponsors an education program, touching many classical music fans, and making it a true mainstay of the Monterey chamber music community. See website for event calendar, programs and more.
This multiplex, housed within the famous Del Monte Center, has 13 screens for your viewing pleasure. So after all the shopping you can catch your breath while watching a favorite movie. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
This multiplex, housed within the famous Del Monte Center, has 13 screens for your viewing pleasure. So after all the shopping, you can catch up on your favorite movie. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
Golden State Theatre rose to fame in the days when sound was still a distant dream in cinema and your favorite actors had to rely merely on facial expressions. With a capacity to seat around 1600 people, the place was probably the largest in California. In spite of the new theaters cropping up every decade, Golden State still continues to rule the hearts of Monterey's residents. Movies, orchestras and musical concerts entertain thousands every week.
If there is a pre-eminent golfing event on the Monterey Peninsula, this might be the one. Golfing's finest players team up with celebrities from Hollywood and beyond for a tournament where the scenery is breathtaking and the golf is unforgettable. Tickets go fast for this event that draws spectators from all over the world. Plus, the tournament proceeds are donated to worthy causes, making it more than just an entertaining way to spend the day.