Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has seen several iterations on the stage and on screen since the book was first published in 1843. No matter the presentation, the classic story withstands the test of time to communicate its central themes of goodwill, generosity and forgiveness.
On Oct. 27 I had the pleasure of attending the Florida Players’ production of “Raised In Captivity” at the Phillips Performing Arts Center.
Fans of the hit Broadway sensation “Kiss Me, Kate” will be able to experience the show for the next two weekends courtesy of UF’s School of Theatre and Dance. The cast will perform the Tony Award-winning musical at the Constans Theatre, while in celebration of the theater’s own 50th anniversary.
It’s time to slip on your favorite fishnet stockings; the cult-classic musical “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is returning to High Dive on Wednesday.
More Art and Theater Stories
- Gainesville Indie Flea to hold final event of the summer
- UF School of Theatre and Dance to present ‘The Seagull’
- Civic Media Center to host biweekly Open Jam & Art Show
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- ‘Power of Words’ poetry event to be held at Heartwood
- A choose-your-own-adventure-style play comes to the theater
- Local artist and musician to be honored in tribute exhibit
- Third Fandomonium Comic Con comes to Gainesville
- ‘King Lear’ to open at UF
- New exhibit Currents hosts opening reception tonight
- Cuban festival Bulla Cubana showcases culture, theatre
- Tioga Town Center to host 10th annual Fine Arts Fair
- Chimera Fest celebrates Gainesville’s local art and culture