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Ayad Akhtar’s ‘Disgraced’ at American Stage offers a haunted tale of secrets and lies. The show runs through June 25.
Equality Florida and American Stage hosted a dedication ceremony revealing a plaque in the name of the American playwright Terrence McNally.
On Feb. 18, American Stage, Keep St. Pete Lit, and Tombolo Books band together to open a banned book library free for anyone to use.
Beth Henley’s darkly comic sensibility suffuses her Pulitzer-winning comedy/drama, in which three sisters in a small Mississippi town contend with the ramifications of “a really bad day.”
Helen R. Murray and Jason Lott’s stage adaptation of the holiday classic “It’s A Wonderful Life” is called, simply, “Wonderful Life” — shorter than the original title, but broader in scope. The same could be said of the adaptation. With just one actor playing 15 characters for 75 minutes on an almost-bare stage, it cuts […]
Raw. Disturbing. Provocative. Watching this production, I could feel the personal pain the playwright needed to express with the words between Lula and Clay. The actors brought eerie depth to their characters. This production is a testament to the dedication towards storytelling from the creative team of American Stage. They brought St Petersburg a ghostly and captivating psychological thriller.
American Stage in the Park recreates a favorite ‘80s romance with ‘Footloose the Musical’ at downtown St. Pete’s Demens Landing.
The St. Petersburg theater company is celebrating its 45th year and to celebrate, this season will see six shows, each with an American theme.
After five months, American Stage and producing artistic director Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj have parted ways, although no one’s saying why.
“School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play” at American Stage makes for an engrossing, refreshing choice for the downtown St. Petersburg theater.
American Stage presents Jacob Marley’s version of the Dickens Christmas classic with their production of “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol.” This is definitely not your father’s “A Christmas Carol.”