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Catherine Hickman Theater
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“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.
Gulfport photographer Jude Bagatti brings five decades worth of photography from all seven continents to Gulfport in a unique show at the Hickman Theater lobby.
You may have seen Lester leading the Gulfport Gecko Amalgamated Marching Band with a stuffed green gecko on her head. But did you know the St. Pete character is a working artist, college professor, and is currently curating and showing in an exhibit at the Catherine Hickman Theater?
As tradition goes, the Gecko World Art Show is the first event of Gulfport’s Gecko World — which includes GeckoFest, Gecko Ball, and Gecko Crawl. Meet two local artists who are submitting bird-inspired pieces, rather than geckos, for this years exhibit.
A Gulfport puppeteer uses three furry and feathery puppets in her comedy shows. She’s new in town, but no stranger to the world of ventriloquism.
Judging by the lack of attendance at Gulfport’s Hurricane Seminar on May 27, residents may need a refresher on just how serious our storms can be.
This year theater companies around town are excited to catch up with audiences, including the latest from the Gulfport Community Players and freeFall.