The state’s oldest, continuously operating community theater, St. Petersburg City Theatre, is getting back to show business – with a few extra precautions.
St. Petersburg Opera Company is introducing two new series in September, doing their part to ensure classical music does not go on permanent hiatus.
What is “Vintage Improv”? It’s a wild and fun performance art featuring the talents and interests of mature improvisers over the age of 50.
For the fourth time, Scott Cash’s photo was selected for the National Down Syndrome Society Buddy Walk in New York on September 12.
When the three-story, fully-furnished dollhouse is finished, it will be raffled off to raise funds the Suncoast Health Center Employee Appreciation Fund.
Building community, celebrating mistakes and collaboration are driving forces for the new multi-purpose arts space opening in the Grand Central District on September 1.
Tampa Repertory Theatre remounts “Flying,” cast with all actors of color, for a virtual performance on August 16, and streaming through August 20.
St. Petersburg’s American Stage found a way to make lemonade – and open their work up to new audiences – that surprised even them in the global pandemic.
Nearly a decade has passed since Kiwanis had a presence in the vicinity of Gulfport – now the town has a chapter to call its own.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Eckerd College announced a new, All-Access Class Pass for unrestricted summer fun
Social distancing is a problem for a medium built on the interaction between audience and actors – but several local theaters are finding their way back
In February, Azalea Elementary became one of three in the southeast to win the “Start With Hello” award from the Sandy Hook Promise