“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.”
Familiar face, L. Peter Callender, stars as the iconic jazz musician, directed by none other than Isaac the Bartender.
Sure, you could start binging yet another series, but there are other options – and some of them are live and local.
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.
Local stages are ramping up again, as performing arts spaces innovate, create, and adjust their seasons on the fly.
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.