Familiar face, L. Peter Callender, stars as the iconic jazz musician, directed by none other than Isaac the Bartender.
This month there’s a lot of theater to take in with performances at St. Pete POPera, freeFall, American Stage and St. Petersburg City Theatre.
Sure, you could start binging yet another series, but there are other options – and some of them are live and local.
Alternative Baseball is a “baseball experience” for teens and adults with autism and other disabilities to gain social and physical skills for success – on and off the diamond.
For many, the considerable absence of live theatre and performance in 2020 was catastrophic. But the survival instinct kicked in as well.
It just isn’t the holiday season until Scrooge makes an appearance, so what a lucky thing it is that St. Pete has not one but two Ebenezers on stage this month.
According to Feeding America, more than 50 million people nationally – including 17 million children – are expected to experience food insecurity in 2020.
Playwright Rachel Lynett is a “queer Afro-Latinx playwright who writes dark comedies about complex, complicated women of color.”
Local stages are ramping up again, as performing arts spaces innovate, create, and adjust their seasons on the fly.
freeFall Theatre’s “War of the Worlds” is anchored by a live quartet of announcers/performers cheekily, an off-stage band and virtual correspondents.
Storyteller Lisa Kirchner talks about her latest creative venture: the locally shot film “My Dinner with Steve.” Scenic St. Pete is a supporting character.
The state’s oldest, continuously operating community theater, St. Petersburg City Theatre, is getting back to show business – with a few extra precautions.