The Avenue | Art And Theater
It is 8:30 a.m. on Monday in studio G15. Young actors yawn and stretch to wake themselves up. Tiza Garland walks through the door with a bright smile and a wake of palpable energy. She tells them to start running. She sprints about the room alongside her students, and class begins.
On Friday, Gainesville residents are invited to reconnect with their inner child in the national tour of “Finding Neverland.” Before the show, actress Emmanuelle Zeesman gave us a sneak peak into a show she said is one of a kind.
See the Florida Museum of Natural History come alive in a new way at the first SciArt Showcase to open Friday.
On Jan. 21, the Hippodrome State Theater announced the departure of its artistic director, Lauren Warhol Caldwell, a director, performer and educator at the regional theater for 28 years.
The Star Center Theatre presents a play on the real-life tragedy in an Amish schoolhouse.
“Disenchantment” left me feeling disappointed. While Netflix is trying to appeal to the inner child in growing adolescents, it just could not reach the level of greatness that its sister animated shows, “Bojack Horseman” and “F is for Family” have gotten to.
Watching as three actors play literal fools while presenting all 36 of William Shakespeare’s plays isn’t an average Saturday night, but The Midnight isn’t your average bar.
With the beginning of the new month came Jay Rouge & the Stoges’ new album. Released on Monday, the album “Friends & Lovers” comes just in time for woodsers and long drives to visit family. Quirky lyrics fill the album, and catching all the witty lines makes the album worth a listen.
This is not the ordinary tragedy of death, daggers and deception that you snoozed through in 11th grade English.
Gainesville has a chance to stop and smell the flowers this weekend when Catherine Yu’s new play “The Day is Long to End” premieres.
For graphic novelist Andre Frattino, Florida’s history, arts and culture is everything.