The flat roof of the Museum of Fine Arts St. Pete is home to eight bee hives manned by Allison and Matt Davis. Keeping honey bees isn’t easy, and it’s not any easier on the roof of a busy downtown museum.
St. Petersburg’s freeFall has partnered with Sarasota’s Urbanite Theatre for the world premiere of Rosa Fernadez’ “A Skeptic and a Bruja,” and our reviewer – an actor himself – loved everything about the show, even before the metaphorical curtain rose. Here’s why.
freeFall’s latest show weaves the triumphs and tragedies of Billie Holiday. Just sitting and listening to Powers play is worth the price of admission, but Karole Foreman’s interpretation of Holiday soars to all the highest peaks and pulls us down into Holiday’s lowest valleys.
Raid the fridge – freeFall Theatre’s latest show, featuring Matthew McGee, is delicious.
Drag artist and Tampa Bay performer Matthew McGee is well-known as a show stopping theater actor in and out of drag. Here’s on Seven Questions with him.
This is the play you didn’t know you needed. It’s as if the brain trust over at freeFall plotted the 2021 season and when they got to December, they asked: Is what’s expected the same as what people want?
This year theater companies around town are excited to catch up with audiences, including the latest from the Gulfport Community Players and freeFall.
American Stage makes a big return to live, in-person performance, and freeFall Theatre brings Broadway to it’s outdoor stage.
This month there’s a lot of theater to take in with performances at St. Pete POPera, freeFall, American Stage and St. Petersburg City Theatre.
Sure, you could start binging yet another series, but there are other options – and some of them are live and local.
For many, the considerable absence of live theatre and performance in 2020 was catastrophic. But the survival instinct kicked in as well.
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.