Ayad Akhtar’s ‘Disgraced’ at American Stage offers a haunted tale of secrets and lies. The show runs through June 25.
Looking for summer reading? Consider these zany Florida mysteries, inspiring celebrities, smart-alecky cyborgs, and banned books in St. Pete.
All My Sons offers the most apparent evidence of why this region needs Tampa Repertory Theatre. Every element of this production fires on all cylinders: the cast, the direction, the tech, and the masterful words of the iconic American playwright Arthur Miller. This production has not a single weak link.
G.G. Miraglia, author of The Glass Tower, hoped for a life in the ring. But ended up with an even bigger fight on his hands: how to survive two decades in organized crime – and live to tell about it. The Gabber reviews this troubling tale and learns what inspired it.
Jobsite Theater Company will soon enter its 25th season in the Shimberg Playhouse at the Straz in Tampa, and their maturity as a theater company and dedication to quality storytelling is evident with this production.
“We chose to make the event 18 and over,” says Gore. “We think we can make the point best without creating a provocation, and admitting under 18 would be poking the bear.”
As was the case with ReadOut, she added, “we will have a uniformed police officer on site.” This will assure attendees of their safety, and to make sure “people who might be unhappy” with the event know security is in place.
David Flori and Rasta Geary Taylor specialized in chainsaw art to carve wooden statues of popular sneakers, led to “Huge Shoez.”
The Off-Central is a gem of a small studio space. Productions in this space need to work in harmony with the environment. Minimalism is key.
“We had a few completely different concepts, but we ended up settling on a tropical theme,” Jones told The Gabber Newspaper. “I showed them a loose digital concept, and the fire was last minute, and they let me just go crazy with it.”
On March 18, The Ringling Museum made history with opening the exhibition ‘Reclaiming Home: Contemporary Seminole Art.’
Equality Florida and American Stage hosted a dedication ceremony revealing a plaque in the name of the American playwright Terrence McNally.
With each of Lucy Burdette’s Key West murder mystery books, I read whatever bodies her heroine, Hayley Snow, has found with rapt attention. Not only because I love the cozy mystery genre, but because Burdette writes with feeling about two things close to my heart: food and the Florida Keys. The 13th in her Key […]