The Avenue | Art And Theater
Gainesville artists are coming together to transform a batch of retired mannequins into works of art — celebrating the legacy of pride.
Screenings are open to the public on the last Thursday of each month until the year ends.
UF’s Danza Dance Company, a premiere student-run performance dance company, will celebrate 20 years with its Anniversary Showcase on Saturday.
Local T-shirt company Always True Collective returns this weekend with a one-day art show and party with live local music and live T-shirt printing.
Sit back and dive deep into America’s rich musical history Monday night at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
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.
The 36th Annual Downtown Festival and Art Show returns this weekend to take over Gainesville.
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.
The School of Art + Art History is preparing for its transformation into an outdoor cinema.
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.
As long as the local art community never stops creating, Gainesville’s Indie Flea Market, a favorite for students and locals alike, will always be a home to some of the best vendors in the area.
The UF School of Theatre and Dance is bringing Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull” to life at the McGuire Pavilion Black Box Theatre with eight performances beginning Sept. 21 and ending Oct. 1.
After two successful events, the Civic Media Center will host its third biweekly Open Jam and Art Show on Friday, Sept. 15. The free event will showcase local musicians and artists in a creative and interactive environment.
In celebration of the Constans Theatre’s 50th year of operation, director Russell Schultz has returned to his alma mater to direct a play written by Anne Washburn about the demanding 10 out of 12 non-consecutive hours per seven days that precede a stage show’s opening night.
Heartwood Soundstage, Gainesville’s newest music venue located at 619 S. Main St., is hosting its first live poetry event Wednesday.
Turn to page 72 if you want to fight. Turn to page 26 if you want to run.